General Election Results 2019

After two town hall meetings and lots of campaigning, the city council election is finally behind us… Well, maybe not quite yet. One position in contention is extremely close. Helen (Dee) Cragun, incumbent, and Carla Phillips are nearly tied for Deer Park City Council Position #2. With each update from the Secretary of State, the candidates have been within a few votes of each other, though the lead has been shifting back and forth between the two candidates. Because of state laws, this small margin would trigger a mandatory machine recount after the vote has been certified. The Secretary of State has until November 26th to certify election results. These are still early results and may be subject to change.

STATE WIDE

Referendum Measure

Referendum Measure #88 regarding Initiative 1000
Approved     685,214     48.81%
Rejected     718,538     51.19%

 

Initiative to the Legislature

Initiative Measure #976
Yes     782,219     53.93%
No     668,101     46.07%

Advisory Votes

Advisory Vote #20
Repealed     862,426     63.83%
Maintained     488,646     36.17%

Advisory Vote #21
Repealed     806,618     59.36%
Maintained     552,160     40.64%

Advisory Vote #22
Repealed     853,967     63.15%
Maintained     498,373     36.85%

Advisory Vote #23
Repealed     461,487     33.58%
Maintained     912,913     66.42%

Advisory Vote #24
Repealed     849,803     63.59%
Maintained     486,627     36.41%

Advisory Vote #25
Repealed     759,678     56.54%
Maintained     584,031     43.46%

Advisory Vote #26
Repealed     752,431     56.07%
Maintained     589,402     43.93%

Advisory Vote #27
Repealed     843,399     61.94%
Maintained     518,280     38.06%

Advisory Vote #28
Repealed     609,205     45.3%
Maintained     735,521     54.7%

Advisory Vote #29
Repealed     883,678     65.66%
Maintained     462,069     34.34%

Advisory Vote #30
Repealed     759,790     56.52%
Maintained     584,385     43.48%

Advisory Vote #31
Repealed     592,866     44.08%
Maintained     751,975     55.92%

 

 

Proposed Constitutional Amendment

Senate Joint Resolution #8200
Approved      909,944     64.91%
Rejected     491,803     35.09%

SPOKANE COUNTY

County Commissioner #1
(Office 6-year term)
Frank Pierson     3,613     97.65%

 

Whitworth Water District #2

Commissioner #3
(Office 6-year term)
Chan Bailey     5,712     98.11%

 

 

Deer Park City

City Council Position #2
(Office 4-year term)
Carla J. Phillips     411     49.52%
Helen (Dee) Cragun     408     49.16%
There will be a required recount.

City Council Position #4
(Office 4-year term)
Heather Newsom     381     43.15%
Caleb Stapp     495     56.06%

City Council Position #5
(Office 4-year term)
Ron Scholz     676     96.3%

Deer Park School District #414

Director at Large
(Office 4-year term)
Eric J Keller     1,341     97.03%

Director Dist. #4
(Office 4-year term)
Carri Breckner     1,347     97.26%

Fire District 4

Commissioner Position #1
(Office 6-year term)
Roger Krieger     4,870     68.83%
Troy Rux     2,090     29.54%

Nine Mile Falls School District #325

Director Dist. #1
(Office 4-year term)
Mac Mikkelsen     657     98.21%

Director Dist. #2
(Office 4-year term)
Mary McAdam     257     31.15%
Eric Olsen     562     68.12%

Director Dist. #3
(Office 4-year term)
Bill McBride     614     98.56%

 

 

Riverside School District #416

Director Dist. #2
(Office 4-year term)
Scott Ellsworth     1,983     97.59%

Director Dist. #3
(Office 4-year term)
Joslyn James     959     47.97%
Sandra Huggins     1,003     50.18%

Director Dist. #4
(Office 4-year term)
Robert Carroll     1,928     97.87%

 

 

STEVENS COUNTY

Fire District #1

Commissioner Position #3
(Office 6-year term)
Gregory Meyer     478     32.9%
Mark Whittaker     962     66.21%

 

 

Fire District #4

Commissioner Position #4
(Office 6-year term)
Paul Moore     393     98.74%

 

 

Valley School District #070

Director Dist. #1
(Office 4-year term)
Crystal Hubert     111     96.52%

Director Dist. #2
(Office 4-year term)
Paul (PD) Voelker     106     98.15%

Director Dist. #5
(Office 2-year term unexpired)
Nancy J. Cocroft     103     96.26%

 

 

Colville School District #115

Director Dist. #1
(Office 4-year term)
Sid Green     844     96.46%

Director Dist. #2
(Office 4-year term)
Sarah L. Newman     841     96.44%

Director Dist. #3
(Office 4-year term)
Alex Panagotacos     829     96.17%

 

 

Loon Lake District #183

Director Dist. #1
(Office 4-year term)
Joline Dixon     227     94.58%

Director Dist. #4
(Office 4-year term)
Fred Brown     218     91.98%

 

 

Mary Walker School District #207

Director Dist. #2
(Office 4-year term)
April Steinbach     131     44.86%
Michael (Mike) Moehnke     156     53.42%

Director Dist. #3
(Office 4-year term)
Amy Roy     147     49.83%
John Axtell     144     48.81%

Director Dist. #4
(Office 4-year term)
John Everly     261     97.75%

Director Dist. #5
(Office 4-year term)
Lenett James     258     96.99%

 

 

Sewer District #3

Commissioner Position #2
(Office 4-year term)
Nicole Allenton     5     100%

Commissioner Position #3
(Office 6-year term)
Mary Ferraro     5     100%

 

 

Sewer District #4

Commissioner Position #3
(Office 6-year term)
Joan E. Easley     73     94.81%

 

 

Springdale City

City Council Position #2
(Office 2-year term unexpired)
Kathryn Fraley     19     90.48%

City Council Position #3
(Office 4-year term)
Elisanne McCutchen     22     95.65%

City Council Position #4
(Office 4-year term)
Harold Love     14     53.85%
Jeff Burris     12     46.15%

City Council Position #5
(Office 4-year term)
Royce M. Lynch     23     100%

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