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Updated election results for Monday, Nov. 12

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The Washington Secretary of State's office updated 2012 general-election results on Monday, Nov. 12 at 4:30 p.m.

Here are the updated vote counts for those in Bothell, Kenmore and Kirkland:

 

Bothell, Kenmore and Kirkland

1st Congressional District

One month short term

Suzan DelBene (D) – 192,122 votes (60 percent)

John Koster (R) – 127,620 votes (39 percent)

 

Next term

Suzan DelBene (D) – 156,393 votes (53 percent)

John Koster (R) – 135,637 votes (46 percent)

 

King County Sheriff

John Urquhart – 384,908 votes (56 percent)

Steve Strachan – 291,366 votes (42 percent)

 

Bothell and north Kirkland

1st Legislative District - Senator

Rosemary McAuliffe (D) – 33,398 votes (55 percent)

Dawn McCravey (R) – 27,061 votes (44 percent)

 

1st Legislative District – Representative: Pos. 1

Derek Stanford (D) – 33,838 votes (57 percent)

Sandy Guinn (R) – 24,975 votes (42 percent)

 

1st Legislative District – Representative: Pos. 2

Luis Moscoso (D) – 34,362 votes (60 percent)

Mark T. Davies (R) – 22,000 votes (39 percent)

 

Kenmore and Kirkland (Finn Hill)

32nd Legislative District – Representative: Pos. 1

Cindy Ryu (D) – 40,385 votes (71 percent)

Randy J. Hayden (R) -  15,734 votes (28 percent)

 

32nd Legislative District – Representative: Pos. 2

Ruth Kagi (D) – 40,574 votes (72 percent)

Robert Reedy (R) – 15,298 votes (27 percent)

 

Kirkland

45th Legislative District - Representative: Pos. 1

Roger Goodman (D) – 33,854 votes (56 percent)

Joel Hussey (R) – 26,340 votes (43 percent)

 

45th Legislative District - Representative: Pos. 2

Larry Springer (D) – 34,486 votes (57 percent)

Jim Thatcher (R) – 25,347 votes (42 percent)

 

48th Legislative District - Representative: Pos. 1

Ross Hunter (D) – 34,652 votes (69 percent)

Bill Hirt (R) – 15,557 votes (30 percent)

 

48th Legislative District - Representative: Pos. 2

Cyrus Habib (D)  - 30,830 votes (61 percent)

Hank Myers (R) – 19,662 votes (38 percent)

 

 

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