Updated Election Results: Inslee Wins a 3rd term, Mullet has a 34 vote lead over Anderson; Si View prop 1 still not getting needed supermajority

UPDATE | NOVEMBER 6, 2020, 6:53 PM

With 3,936,894 ballots counted in the state and 137,239 to go, some races have been decided, and some are still ongoing.

As far as the called races go, Jay Inslee (D) will have a third term as Governor, Bob Ferguson (D) will continue as Attorney General, Chris Reykdal as Superintendent of Public Instruction and Kim Wyman as Secretary of State.

Results below have been updated to reflect King County’s update and the latest from the Associated Press posted at 5 pm on still-undecided races.


Here are some November 3rd National and Local race results updated:

US President & Vice President

•             Joseph R. Biden and Kamala D. Harris (D) – 50.6% 264 electoral votes

•             Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (R) – 47.7% 214 electoral votes

[Associated Press results 6:53 pm]


Congressional District 8, U.S. Representative

•             Kim Schrier (D) – 51.79%

•             Jesse Jensen (R) – 48.07%


Legislative District 5, State Senator

•             Ingrid Anderson (D) – 48.96%

•             Mark Mullet (D) – 49%


Proposition No. 1 – Si View Metropolitan Park District

If approved, this proposition authorizes the acquisition, design, development, construction and equipping of an aquatic center, including the acquisition of real property, to serve residents of the District and surrounding areas; the issuance of up to $23,700,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within a 30-year term; and the levy of excess property taxes annually to repay the bonds.

  • Approved – 56.4%
  • Rejected – 43.6%


Proposition No. 2 – Levy Lid Lift for Parks and Recreation Services and Operations

This proposition would provide funding for District parks and recreation operations and services, including the increased costs associated with maintaining and operating a new aquatic center, by increasing the District’s regular property tax levy by $0.06913/$1,000 to a maximum rate of $0.53628/$1,000 of assessed valuation for collection in 2021.

  • Approved – 54.1%
  • Rejected – 45.9%

[ Updated results are as of 6:58 pm PST November 6th, 2020]

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