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Final, Official Election Results

# - Incumbent . -- Key to party affiliation - D (Democrat), I (Independent), L (Libertarian), NLP (Natural Law Party), P (Populist), R (Republican), Re (Reform), SW (Socialist Workers), U (U.S. Taxpayers), WW (Workers' World)

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President (state vote) .

Votes Bill Clinton, D # 1,123,323 (50%) Bob Dole, R 840,712 (37%) . Ross Perot, Re 201,003 (9%) Ralph Nader, I 60,322 (3%) . Harry Browne, L 12,522 (1%) John Hagelin, NLP 6,076 (0%) . Howard Phillips, U 4,578 (0%) Charles Collins, I 2,374 (0%) . M. Moorehead, WW 2,189 (0%) James Harris, SW 738 (0%) .

President (King County vote) .

Bill Clinton, D # 417,846 (56%) Bob Dole, R 232,811 (31%) . Ross Perot, Re 51,309 (7%) Ralph Nader, I 29,365 (4%) . Harry Browne, L 4,736 (0%) John Hagelin, NLP 2,422 (0%) . Howard Phillips, U 1,003 (0%) M. Moorehead, WW 760 (0%) . Charles Collins, I 523 (0%) James Harris, SW 329 (0%) .

U.S. House of Representatives .

1ST DISTRICT Rick White, R # 141,948 (54%) Jeff Coopersmith, D 122,187 (46%) .

2ND DISTRICT Jack Metcalf, R # 124,655 (49%) . Kevin Quigley, D 122,728 (48%) Karen Leibrant, NLP 9,561 (4%) .

3RD DISTRICT Linda Smith, R # 123,117 (50%) Brian Baird, D 122,230 (50%) .

4TH DISTRICT R. Hastings, R # 108,647 (53%) Rick Locke, D 96,502 (47%) .

5TH DISTRICT G. Nethercutt, R # 131,618 (56%) Judy Olson, D 105,166 (44%) .

6TH DISTRICT Norm Dicks, D # 155,467 (66%) Bill Tinsley, R 71,337 (30%) . Ted Haley, I 5,561 (2%) M. Huddleston, NLP 3,545 (2%) .

7TH DISTRICT Jim McDermott, D # 209,753 (81%) Frank Kleschen, R 49,341 (19%) .

8TH DISTRICT Jennifer Dunn, R # 170,691 (65%) Dave Little, D 90,340 (35%) .

9TH DISTRICT Adam Smith, D 105,236 (50%) Randy Tate, R # 99,199 (47%) David Gruenstein, NLP 5,432 (3%) .

Governor .

Gary Locke, D 1,296,492 (58%) Ellen Craswell, R 940,538 (42%) .

Lieutenant Governor .

Brad Owen, D 1,022,878 (48%) Ann Anderson, R 989,661 (46%) . Shawn Newman, Re 78,510 (4%) Art Rathjen, L 39,277 (2%) .

Attorney General .

C. Gregoire, D # 1,280,955 (60%) Richard Pope, R 756,639 (35%) . Richard Shepard, L 58,672 (3%) L. Coachman, NLP 37,320 (2%) .

Commissioner of Public Lands .

J. Belcher, D # 1,098,548 (52%) . Bruce Mackey, R 940,154 (45%) Marc Strauch, NLP 68,011 (3%) .

Secretary of State .

Ralph Munro, R # 1,223,769 (57%) . Phyllis Kenney, D 838,632 (39%) Gary Gill, NLP 73,229 (3%) .

State Auditor .

Brian Sonntag, D # 1,338,577 (64%) Robert Keene Jr., R 747,378 (36%) .

State Treasurer .

Mike Murphy, D 1,155,498 (55%) Lucy DeYoung, R 939,578 (45%) .

Superintendent of Public Instruction .

Teresa Bergeson 1,260,885 (63%) Ron Taber 729,080 (37%) .

Insurance Commissioner .

Deborah Senn, D # 1,163,832 (55%) . Anthony Lowe, R 872,280 (42%) Steve Sevick, NLP 66,348 (3%) .

Seattle City Council .

POSITION 6 Charlie Chong 120,050 (57%) Bob Rohan 91,146 (43%) .

State Legislature .

1ST DISTRICT .

Senate R. McAuliffe, D # 24,119 (54%) Ian Elliot, R 20,823 (46%) .

House, Position 1 Al O'Brien, D 11,212 (50%) Tim Olsen, R 11,098 (50%) .

House, Position 2 Mike Sherstad, R # 12,068 (54%) Judy Janes, D 10,206 (46%) .

2ND DISTRICT .

Senate M. Rasmussen, D # 17,485 (53%) Tom Campbell, R 15,736 (47%) .

House, Position 1 Roger Bush, R 17,123 (53%) Marianne Krizek, D 15,418 (47%) .

House, Position 2 Scott Smith, R # 17,005 (52%) Dennis Townsend, D 15,492 (48%) .

3RD DISTRICT .

Senate Lisa Brown, D 18,520 (55%) John Moyer, R # 14,972 (45%) .

House, Position 1 Alex Wood, D 19,706 (61%) Brendon Hill, R 12,644 (39%) .

House, Position 2 Jeff Gombosky, D 21,438 (66%) Ken Whitehall, R 10,850 (34%) .

4TH DISTRICT .

Senate Bob McCaslin, R # 24,200 (54%) George Orr, D 20,335 (46%) .

House, Position 1 Larry Crouse, R # 25,853 (59%) Frank Galizia, D 17,831 (41%) .

5TH DISTRICT .

Senate Dino Rossi, R 28,286 (53%) Kathleen Drew, D # 24,882 (47%) .

House, Position 1 Brian Thomas, R # 30,996 (63%) Steve Pulcino, D 12,383 (25%) Bill Elder, I 6,195 (13%) .

House, Position 2 Phil Dyer, R # 28,025 (58%) Mary Scott, D 19,987 (42%) .

6TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Brad Benson, R 27,042 (56%) Judy Personett, D 21,626 (44%) .

House, Position 2 Duane Sommers, R # 26,938 (56%) Jerry Hopkins, D 21,403 (44%) .

7TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Bob Sump, R 27,305 (58%) Kurt Matter, D 20,220 (43%) .

House, Position 2 Cathy McMorris, R # 30,309 (71%) Brad Lyons, D 16,688 (36%) .

8TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Shirley Hankins, R # 33,161 (70%) Gary Downing, D 13,958 (30%) .

House, Position 2 Jerome Delvin, R # 30,559 (68%) Susan Carlstrom, D 14,663 (32%) .

9TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Larry Sheahan, R # 23,696 (67%) Brian Day, D 11,460 (33%) .

House, Position 2 Mark Schoesler, R # 23,512 (67%) Robert Henager, D 11,409 (33%) .

10TH DISTRICT .

Senate Mary Haugen, D # 25,354 (53%) Jim Youngsman, R 22,754 (47%) .

House, Position 1 Dave Anderson, D 23,529 (51%) B. Beeksma, R # 22,495 (49%) .

House, Position 2 Barry Sehlin, R # 27,108 (62%) Glen Johnson, D 16,681 (38%) .

11TH DISTRICT .

Senate M. Prentice, D # 21,476 (100%) .

House, Position 1 Eileen Cody, D # 20,017 (100%) .

House, Position 2 Velma Veloria, D # 19,546 (100%) .

12TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Clyde Ballard, R # 28,539 (69%) Bill Stroud, D 12,956 (31%) .

House, Position 2 Linda Parlette, R # 28,413 (70%) Stephanie Gilliland, D 12,344 (30%) .

13TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Gary Chandler, R # 28,183 (71%) R. Virgil Donovan, D 11,566 (29%) .

House, Position 2 Joyce Mulliken, R # 25,884 (66%) B. Wendy Katz, D 13,477 (34%) .

14TH DISTRICT .

Senate Alex Deccio, R # 23,815 (69%) Aileen Kane, D 10,908 (31%) .

16TH DISTRICT .

Senate Valoria Loveland, D # 19,597 (52%) Bryan Alford, R 17,853 (48%) .

House, Position 1 Dave Mastin, R # 23,868 (65%) Del Lathim, D 13,059 (35%) .

House, Position 2 Bill Grant, D # 22,639 (61%) Allen Panasuk, R 14,487 (39%) .

17TH DISTRICT .

Senate Don Benton, R 24,430 (51%) Shirley Galloway, D 23,513 (49%) .

House, Position 1 Marc Boldt, R # 26,192 (56%) Gary Akizuki, D 20,921 (44%) .

House, Position 2 Jim Dunn, R 24,434 (52%) Mike Carmichael, D 22,739 (48%) .

18TH DISTRICT .

Senate Joseph Zarelli, R # 25,673 (54%) Ted Thomas, D 22,043 (46%) .

House, Position 1 Tom Mielke, R 24,999 (53%) Farley Maxwell, D # 21,840 (47%) .

House, Position 2 Jonn Pennington, R # 28,190 (60%) Al Swindell, D 19,129 (40%) .

19TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Brian Hatfield, D # 27,092 (69%) Budd Gilbert, R 12,078 (31%) .

House, Position 2 Mark Doumit, D 25,154 (65%) Bob Ryan, R 13,546 (35%) .

20TH DISTRICT .

Senate Dan Swecker, R # 24,171 (53%) Cody Arledge, D 21,563 (47%) .

House, Position 1 Richard DeBolt, R 23,516 (52%) Lois Lopez, D 21,708 (48%) .

House, Position 2 Gary Alexander, R 26,909 (61%) Tina Edwards, D 17,512 (39%) .

21ST DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Mike Cooper, D 23,160 (51%) Jerry Blanton, R # 22,413 (49%) .

House, Position 2 Renee Radcliff, R # 34,356 (100%) .

22ND DISTRICT .

Senate Karen Fraser, D # 35,038 (69%) Judy Bainto, R 15,781 (31%) .

House, Position 1 Sandra Romero, D # 25,905 (51%) Thelma Jackson, R 24,527 (49%) .

House, Position 2 Cathy Wolfe, D # 31,722 (64%) Bob Wright, R 18,028 (36%) .

23RD DISTRICT .

Senate Betti Sheldon, D # 26,390 (51%) Steve Hargrove, R 25,174 (49%) .

House, Position 1 Paul Zellinsky, R 25,609 (50%) Phil Rockefeller, D 25,200 (50%) .

House, Position 2 Karen Schmidt, R # 28,677 (56%) David Harrison, D 22,152 (44%) .

24TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Jim Buck, R # 26,721 (53%) Diane Ellison, D 23,782 (47%) .

House, Position 2 Lynn Kessler, D # 31,499 (67%) Jan Christensen, R 15,837 (34%) .

25TH DISTRICT .

Senate Calvin Goings, D # 24,760 (56%) Grant Pelesky, R 19,829 (45%) .

House, Position 1 Joyce McDonald, R 22,495 (52%) Luanne Green, D 19,846 (46%) Mark Downey, P 1,005 (2%) .

House, Position 2 Jim Kastama, D 22,983 (53%) Dave Morell, R 20,259 (47%) .

26TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Patricia Lantz, D 24,489 (50%) Lois McMahan, R # 24,328 (50%) .

House, Position 2 Tom Huff, R # 29,635 (62%) Sandy Arndt, D 18,452 (38%) .

27TH DISTRICT .

Senate Lorraine Wojahn, D # 23,070 (68%) Wallace Rudolph, R 9,407 (28%) Gary Batterson, NLP 1,257 (4%) .

House, Position 1 Ruth Fisher, D # 26,013 (82%) Paul Sporich, NLP 5,611 (18%) .

House, Position 2 Debbie Regala, D # 21,991 (66%) Matt Philchi, R 11,208 (34%) .

28TH DISTRICT .

Senate .

Shirley Winsley, R # 28,636 (71%) Thomas Lowry, D 11,576 (29%) .

House, Position 1 Gigi Talcott, R # 23,292 (58%) Kathie Zurfluh, D 16,695 (42%) .

House, Position 2 Michael Carrell, R # 21,019 (52%) John Connelly Jr., D 19,242 (48%) .

29TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Steve Conway, D # 18,299 (69%) Eric Kantor, R 8,433 (32%) .

House, Position 2 Brian Sullivan, D 15,993 (60%) Karen Munz, R 10,757 (40%) .

30TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Tim Hickel, R # 22,439 (56%) Eric Ulis, D 17,398 (44%) .

House, Position 2 M. Mitchell, R # 23,142 (62%) Paul Mallary, D 14,377 (38%) .

31ST DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Eric Robertson, R # 24,527 (64%) Darrell Carrier, D 13,650 (36%) .

House, Position 2 Les Thomas, R # 18,967 (50%) C. Hurst, D 18,567 (50%) .

32ND DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Patty Butler, D 28,417 (63%) James Shea, R 16,921 (37%) .

House, Position 2 Grace Cole, D 29,489 (69%) Norine Federow, R 13,241 (31%) .

33RD DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Julia Patterson, D # 24,421 (63%) Charles Brezina, R 14,227 (37%) .

House, Position 2 Karen Keiser, D # 18,873 (52%) James McCune, R 17,110 (48%) .

34TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Erik Poulsen, D # 32,726 (70%) Bob Pontius, R 13,970 (30%) .

House, Position 2 Dow Constantine, D 28,249 (63%) Marilynn Sears, R 16,469 (37%) .

35TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Peggy Johnson, R # 25,509 (54%) Lena Swanson, D 21,599 (46%) .

House, Position 2 Tim Sheldon, D # 31,200 (71%) Richard Godderz, R 12,710 (29%) .

36TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 H. Sommers, D # 42,326 (79%) Eric Berger, R 11,621 (22%) .

House, Position 2 Mary Dickerson, D # 38,704 (75%) Rudy McCoy, R 11,358 (22%) Bonita Brett, NLP 1,871 (4%) .

37TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Dawn Mason, D # 29,660 (87%) Cliff Kuppinger, R 4,535 (13%) .

House, Position 2 Kip Tokuda, D # 24,590 (100%) .

38TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Jeralita Costa, D # 23,764 (57%) Doug Campbell, R 17,037 (41%) Micha Hackett, NLP 796 (2%) .

House, Position 2 Patricia Scott, D # 24,246 (59%) Mike Floyd, R 16,828 (41%) .

39TH DISTRICT .

Senate .

Val Stevens, R 26,757 (55%) P. Patterson, D 21,686 (45%) .

House, Position 1 Hans Dunshee, D 25,631 (53%) Keith Groen, R 22,515 (47%) .

House, Position 2 John Koster, R # 25,006 (53%) Jeff Soth, D 22,372 (47%) .

40TH DISTRICT .

Senate Harriet Spanel, D # 30,635 (60%) Skip Richards, R 20,508 (40%) .

House, Position 1 Dave Quall, D # 29,850 (60%) Bob Brown, R 19,971 (40%) .

House, Position 2 Jeff Morris, D 27,607 (57%) Daniel Miller, R 21,263 (44%) .

41ST DISTRICT .

Senate Jim Horn, R 30,956 (61%) Frank Vulliet, D 19,894 (39%) .

House, Position 1 Mike Wensman, R 30,384 (63%) Denine Brewer, D 17,967 (37%) .

House, Position 2 Ida Ballasiotes, R # 34,445 (70%) David Silkroski, D 14,514 (30%) .

42ND DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Georgia Gardner, D 23,388 (49%) . Gene Goldsmith, R # 22,891 (48%) Lonnie Schang, NLP 1,546 (3%) .

House, Position 2 Kelli Linville, D # 24,507 (51%) . Karen Frederick, R 22,342 (46%) Jasmin Liepa, NLP 1,349 (3%) .

43RD DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Ed Murray, D # 40,009 (100%) .

House, Position 2 Frank Chopp, D # 34,505 (100%) .

44TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Dave Schmidt, R # 24,240 (55%) Kent Hanson, D 19,833 (45%) .

House, Position 2 Bill Thompson, R # 23,385 (54%) . Jerry Dickson, D 19,268 (44%) Frederick Gray, NLP 959 (2%) .

45TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Kathy Lambert, R # 28,337 (62%) Trina Good, D 17,463 (38%) .

House, Position 2 Bill Backlund, R # 23,834 (54%) Dave Asher, D 20,277 (46%) .

46TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 M. Appelwick, D # 37,369 (100%) .

House, Position 2 Ken Jacobsen, D # 34,525 (100%) .

47TH DISTRICT House, Position 1 Suzette Cooke, R # 25,444 (62%) Carolyn Shelton, D 15,359 (38%) .

House, Position 2 Jack Cairnes, R # 20,049 (52%) Tim Clark, D 18,357 (48%) .

48TH DISTRICT .

House, Position 1 Bill Reams, R # 28,215 (66%) Max Henry, D 14,572 (34%) .

House, Position 2 S. Van Luven, R # 27,409 (100%) .

49TH DISTRICT .

Senate Al Bauer, D # 23,966 (64%) Tim Heenan, R 13,716 (36%) .

House, Position 1 Don Carlson, R # 21,983 (59%) Perry Buck, D 15,173 (41%) .

House, Position 2 Val Ogden, D # 23,601 (63%) Michael Herr, R 14,032 (37%) .

Judicial .

STATE SUPREME COURT Position 3 Charles Johnson # 975,945 (62%) Douglas Smith 592,007 (38%) .

KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT .

Position 2 Harriett Cody # 286,356 (56%) Bruce Gardiner 222,783 (44%) .

Position 6 Phil Hubbard 264,587 (54%) Joan Allison 226,385 (46%) .

Position 9 Jeff Ramsdell 267,558 (55%) Jo Anne Alumbaugh # 222,588 (45%) .

Position 26 Jeanette Burrage # 263,501 (50%) Doug North 258,639 (50%) .

Ballot measures .

STATEWIDE MEASURES .

Initiative 173 Shall the state pay scholarship vouchers for primary and secondary students to attend voucher-redeeming private or public schools of choice? Yes 775,281 (36%) No 1,406,433 (64%) .

Initiative 177 Shall voters be authorized to create "renewed" school districts where nonprofit groups may operate publicly-funded "independent" public schools with parental choice and revised state regulation? Yes 762,367 (36%) No 1,380,816 (64%) .

Initiative 655 Shall it be a gross misdemeanor to take, hunt or attract black bears with bait, or to hunt bears, cougars, bobcat or lynx with dogs? Yes 1,387,577 (63%) No 815,385 (37%) .

Initiative 670 Shall the secretary of state be instructed to place a ballot notice concerning congressional and legislative candidates who have not supported Congressional term limits? Yes 937,873 (45%) No 1,146,865 (55%) .

Initiative 671 Shall amended tribal/state agreements be authorized permitting limited electronic gaming on Indian lands for tribal government purposes, with joint regulation and specified use of revenues? Yes 934,344 (43%) No 1,222,492 (57%) .

REGIONAL MEASURE Proposition 1 Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority, 10-year regional transit plan. Yes 526,671 (57%) No 406,238 (44%) .

KING COUNTY .

Charter Amendment No. 1 Shall redistricting of County Council districts be every 10 years rather than every five years? Yes 331,145 (54%) No 281,707 (46%) .

Charter Amendment No. 2 Shall the Office of Sheriff be an elective rather than appointed position? Yes 366,845 (57%) No 281,475 (43%) .

COVINGTON Proposed incorporation of area known as Covington. Yes 3,487 (73%) No 1,272 (27%) .

ISSAQUAH .

King Co. Library District Prop. 1 Establishing an Issaquah Library Capital Facility Area. Yes 7,768 (71%) No 3,170 (29%) .

Proposition 2 $8.1 million library general obligation bonds. Yes 7,030 (65%) No 3,807 (35%) .

MAPLE VALLEY Proposed incorporation of area known as Maple Valley. Yes 3,617 (80%) No 930 (20%) .

MAPLEWOOD HEIGHTS .

Proposition 1 Annexation to City of Renton. Yes 242 (19%) No 1,064 (81%) .

Proposition 2 Assumption of indebtedness. Yes 91 (7%) No 1,199 (93%) .

SNOQUALMIE VALLEY Public Hospital District 4 One-year excess levy. Yes 4,726 (44%) No 6,130 (56%) .

TUKWILA Proposition 1 Advisory ballot - banning fireworks. Yes 2,441 (52%) No 2,231 (48%)

Kitsap County .

COMMISSIONERS .

District 1 C. Endresen, D 44,554 (51%) Matt Ryan, R # 43,125 (49%) .

District 2 Charlotte Garrido, D 43,444 (50%) D.W. Wiley, R 42,581 (49%) .

BREMERTON BALLOT MEASURE Charter revision Shall city charter be revised to provide for 1-year residency requirement for elected officials, procedures for filling multiple council vacancies, remove mayor from audit committee, remove references to a number of administrative positions and departments, combine offices of council president and mayor pro tempore, define emergency ordinances, provide for commission to set council salaries, and set procedures for selling utility lands and assets. Yes 7,430 (73%) No 2,702 (27%) .

Snohomish County ballot measures .

COUNTYWIDE Charter amendment No. 1 Require treasurer, auditor, assessor, sheriff and clerk to be non-partisan. Yes 120,091 (61%) No 75,247 (39%) .

Charter amendment No. 2 Expand County Council to seven members beginning in 1998. Yes 84,472 (45%) No 104,633 (55%) .

Charter amendment No. 3 Establish independent office of performance auditing within auditor's office. Yes 95,765 (52%) No 90,194 (49%) .

Charter amendment No. 4 Require signatures of 100 registered voters before a referendum petition may suspend implementation of a new county law. Yes 116,027 (62%) No 70,663 (38%) .

Charter amendment No. 5 Require county council to annually adopt balanced 6-year capital improvement budget. Yes 121,628 (68%) No 57,558 (32%) .

Charter amendment No. 6 Require county council to set guidelines for collective bargaining and approve all final agreements. Yes 111,814 (63%) No 64,842 (37%) .

Charter amendment No. 7 Add statement that county will not discriminate against anyone because of race, creed, color, sex, age or handicap. Yes 124,779 (65%) No 66,500 (35%) .

Charter amendment No. 8 Add clarifications and technical corrections. Yes 82,818 (49%) No 84,686 (51%) .

BRIER Proposition 1 Shall city impose an additional 10 cent emergency medical services tax? Yes 1,970 (69%) No 898 (31%) .

DARRINGTON Proposition 1 Ten-year, $135,000 general obligation bond for new fire truck. Yes 262 (60%) No 174 (40%) .

EVERETT .

Eastmont Annexation Shall area known as Eastmont be annexed to Everett? Yes 790 (47%) No 890 (53%) .

Charter amendment No. 1 Require review of city charter at least once every 10 years. Yes 20,227 (80%) No 5,083 (20%) .

Charter amendment No. 2 Establish citizens' commission that will meet every two years to set elected officials' salaries. Yes 19,797 (78%) No 5,594 (22%) .

Charter amendment No. 3 Allow city to charge fee for civil service examinations. Yes 11,266 (45%) No 13,504 (55%) .

Charter amendment No. 4 Simplify section regarding advertising for bids on contracts to only require compliance with applicable laws. Yes 17,590 (73%) No 6,578 (27%) .

Charter amendment No. 5 Permit city to sell real property privately if initial public offering results in no acceptable bids; require that no real property be sold for less than 90 percent of appraised value; require vote of a council majority plus one before sale of city personal property. Yes 16,673 (68%) No 7,841 (32%) .

Charter amendment No. 6 Allow 6-year terms for advisory board members to be shorter; provide separate process for approving elected neighborhood representatives to advisory boards. Yes 19,706 (81%) No 4,529 (19%) .

Charter amendment No. 7 Revise process for appointing a council member as interim mayor and the responsibilities of interim mayor during absence of the mayor. Yes 17,064 (72%) No 6,803 (29%) .

Charter amendment No. 8 Allow revised guidelines for signing contracts and other city documents. Yes 12,803 (55%) No 10,538 (45%) .

Charter amendment No. 9 Delete requirement for candidates for city elective offices to file campaign filing reports with city clerk because such filing is required by state law. Yes 13,877 (58%) No 9,979 (42%) .

Charter amendment No. 10 Delete section on establishment of a Board of Adjustment, permit city council to establish or dissolve a Board of Adjustment by ordinance. Yes 8,777 (39%) No 13,551 (61%) .

Charter amendment No. 11 Require only a summary of ordinances to be read at council meetings and published in the newspaper, with the complete text available upon request; shorten time between introduction and final passage of ordinances from a full week to six days; clarify language on emergency ordinances. Yes 16,226 (69%) No 7,286 (31%) .

Charter amendment No. 12 Allow for electronic transfer of funds; require mayor to countersign checks or approve electronic transfer of funds greater than $1,000. Yes 17,904 (75%) No 6,102 (25%) .

Charter amendment No. 13 Change job titles to Director of Parks and Recreation and Library Director and list only Chief Administrative Assistant, City Attorney, City Clerk, Chief of Police and Fire Chief as appointive officers. Yes 16,010 (67%) No 8,023 (33%) .

MARYSVILLE Proposition 1 Twenty-year, $3.2 million general obligation bond measure for regional multi-use outdoor athletic and recreational facility. Yes 3,524 (50%) No 3,487 (50%) .

MUKILTEO Sno-Isle Regional Library Prop. 1 Shall Mukilteo be annexed to the Sno-Isle Regional Library District? Yes 4,682 (67%) No 2,357 (33%) .

Sno-Isle Regional Library Prop. 2 To build and furnish public library, shall city increase the annual regular property tax levy by not more than 30 cents per $1,000 assessed valuation each year from 1996 through 2004 for collection in 1997 through 2005? Yes 4,106 (57%) No 3,050 (43%) .

MONROE .

Proposition 1 Twenty-year, $2.1 million general obligation bonds to construct and equip community/athletic stadium complex with related facilities. Yes 5,050 (50%) No 4,997 (50%) .

Proposition 2 Twenty-year, $1.9 million general obligation bonds to construct and equip community swimming pool. Yes 5,431 (54%) No 4,634 (46%) .

Proposition 3 Twenty-year, $1.5 million general obligation bonds to renovate Wagner Memorial Auditorium. Yes 4,799 (48%) No 5,219 (52%) .

FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS District No. 1 Property tax levy of 27 cents per $1,000 of assessed valuation for emergency medical care and services. Yes 14,485 (66%) No 7,413 (34%) .

District No. 15 Ten-year, $200,000 general obligation bonds to purchase rescue/pumper truck and other firefighting equipment. Yes 1,127 (76%) No 362 (24%) .

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