Below are the results for the 2015 general election on election night. Projected winners will be in bold. Endorsed candidates/positions will have an (e) next to them.

Seattle

Seattle City Council

District 1: Lisa Herbold 46.48%, Shannon Braddock (e) 52.92%

District 2: Bruce Harrell 54.87%, Tammy Morales (e) 44.93%

District 3: Kshama Sawant (e) 52.56%, Pamela Banks 47.12%

District 4: Michael Maddux (e) 44.70%, Rob Johnson 54.80%

District 5: Debora Juarez (e) 63.08%, Sandy Brown 36.43%

District 6: Mike O’Brien (e) 58.80%, Catherine Weatbrook 40.93%

District 7: Sally Bagshaw (e) 79.85%, Deborah Zech-Artis 19.38%

District 8: Tim Burgess (e) 57.88%, Jon Grant 41.57%

District 9: Lorena Gonzalez (e) 75.97%, Bill Bradburd 23.54%

Measures

Prop 1 (Move Seattle): Yes (e) 56.53%, No 43.47%

I-122 (Honest Elections): Yes (e) 60.33%, No 39.67%

School Board

District 1: Michael Christphersen 33.65%, Scott Pinkham 65.87%

District 2: Laura Gramer 20.72%, Rick Burke 78.96%

District 3: Jill Geary 59.43%, Lauren McGuire 40.22%

District 6: Leslie Harris 74.51%, Marty McLaren 25.15%

Port of Seattle

Position 2: Courtney Gregoire 84.91%, Goodspaceguy 14.60%

Position 5: Fred Felleman 56.18%, Marion Yoshino 43.27%

King County

Prop 1 (Best Starts for Kids): Yes (e) 52.57%, No 47.43%

Charter Amendment (Law Enforcement Oversight): Yes 55.81%, No 44.19%

Assessor: Lloyd Hara 44.24%, John Wilson 55.41%

Director of Elections: Julie Wise 71.44%, Zack Hudgins 28.26%

Council, District 2: Larry Gossett 98.34%

Council, District 4: Jeanne Kohl-Welles 83.21%, Rufe Orr 16.44%

Council, District 6: Claudia Balducci 59.29%, Jane Hague 40.50%

Council, District 8: Joe McDermott 98.14%

Pierce County

Referendum 2015-1 (new County building): Yes 59.05%, No 40.95%

Tacoma Initiative 1 and 1B Question 1: Yes 58.68%, No 41.32%

Tacoma Initiative 1 vs 1B Question 2 ($15 minimum wage vs $12 minimum wage): 1 28.60%, 1B 71.40%

Tacoma Proposition 3 (tax for street improvements): Yes 49.50%, No 50.50% (too close to call)

Tacoma Proposition A (tax for transportation benefit district): Yes 57.30%, No 42.70%

Snohomish County

County Executive: Dave Somers 56.91%, John Lovick 41.86%

Community Transit Proposition 1: Yes 50.83%, No 49.17%

State

State Representative, 30th Legislative District: Teri Hickle (R) 54.52%, Carol Gergory (D) 45.48%

Initiative 1366 (Tim Eyman): Yes 57.89%, No 42.11%

Initiative 1401 (Endangered Animals): Yes 69.01%, No 30.99%

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Ben is a Seattle area native, living with his husband downtown since 2013. He started in queer grassroots organizing in 2009 and quickly developed a love for all things political and wonky. When he’s not reading news articles, he can be found excitedly pointing out new buses or prime plots for redevelopment to his uninterested friends who really just want to get to dinner. Serving as the Policy and Legislative Affairs Director, Ben primarily writes about political issues.