November ballot taking shape: McAuliffe edges McCravey in District 1

Incumbent state senator Rosemary McAuliffe, left, narrowly defeated Dawn McCravey in August
Incumbent state senator Rosemary McAuliffe, left, narrowly defeated Dawn McCravey in August's primary elections. The two will face off for the District 1 seat in November.
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Here's the final primary 2012 percentages from Washington State Elections for positions that affect Bothell and Kenmore, with the top two vote-getters facing off in November on the general election ballot:

• Legislative District 1, state senator: Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, 44.27 percent; Dawn McCravey, 42.2 percent. (Of note: In Snohomish County, McCravey leads 43.23 to 42.91)

• In Congressional District 1, John Koster (R) and Suzan DelBene (D) lead the way in the primary. Koster has 44.86 percent; DelBene, 22.48 percent.

• For the short-term Congressional District 1 race, Koster has 35.76 percent of the votes. DelBene has 25.02 percent.

• At State Representative Position No. 1, Bothell's incumbent Derek Stanford (D) and Bothell's Sandy Guinn (R) lead the way. Stanford, 46.47 percent; Guinn, 26.82 percent.

• At State Representative Position No. 2, incumbent Luis Moscoso (D) took 94.81 percent and 93.15 percent of the vote in King and Snohomish counties, respectively, but was listed as 100 percent on the Washington State Elections site because they don't include write-in votes.

• In Legislative District 32, Positions No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, incumbents Cindy Ryu (D) and Ruth Kagi (D) are tops. Ryu, 69.96 percent, and Kagi, 69.87 percent.

Also placing in the top two are: Randy Hayden (R) for Position No. 1 -- 30.04 percent. Robert Reedy (R) for Position No. 2 -- 20.14 percent.


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