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General Election 

November 5, 2002

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Click Precinct Committee Officers for results.                                                                                                            Click Precinct Election Results

 

Accumulated Totals (pdf file)

Number of Precincts counted   55  out of   55 total. Last update: Final

 

STATE MEASURES

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 776
Proposed by Initiative Petition:
Initiative Measure No. 776 concerns state and local government charges on motor vehicles.
This measure would require license tab fees to be $30 per year for motor vehicles, including
light trucks. Certain local-option vehicle excise taxes and fees used for roads and transit
would be repealed.
Should this measure be enacted into law?

Votes cast

 Percentage

Initiative Measure Yes 9455 67.79

%

 
Initiative Measure No 4493 32.21

%

 
INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 790
Proposed by Initiative Petition:
Initiative Measure No. 790 concerns law enforcement officers’ and fire fighters’ retirement
system, plan 2. This measure would place management of the law enforcement officers’ and
fire fighters’ retirement system, plan 2, in a board of trustees consisting of six plan participants,
three employer representatives, and two legislators.
Should this measure be enacted into law?

Number of votes cast

Percentage

Initiative Measure Yes 6773 51.03

%

 
Initiative Measure No 6499 48.97

%

 
REFERENDUM MEASURE 53
Proposed by Referendum Petition:
The legislature passed Engrossed House Bill 2901 (EHB 2901) concerning unemployment
insurance [and voters have filed a sufficient referendum petition on parts of this bill]. This bill
would revise laws regarding unemployment insurance for employers, including establishing new
employer rate classes, increasing some taxable wage bases, and imposing surcharges if
certain contingencies occur.
Should this bill be:
 

Votes cast

Percentage

 
Referendum Approved 3787 28.72 %  
Referendum Rejected

9400

71.28

%
REFERENDUM BILL 51
Proposed to the People by the Legislature:
The Legislature has passed House Bill No. 2969, financing transportation improvements through
transportation fees and taxes. This bill would increase highway capacity, public transportation,
passenger and freight rail, and transportation financing accountability through increased fuel
excise taxes, sales taxes on vehicles, and weight fees on trucks and large vehicles.
Should this bill be:
  Number of votes cast

Percentage

 
Referendum Approved 2943 20.92 %  
Referendum Rejected 11122 79.08 %  
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 4220
Amendment to the State Constitution
Proposed by the Legislature:
 
The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on fire protection property tax levies.
This amendment would permit property tax levy propositions for fire protection districts to be
submitted to voters for periods up to four years, or six years for fire facility construction, rather
than annually.
 
Should this constitutional amendment be:
 
Number of votes cast

Percentage

Resolution Approved 8349 64.15 %  
Resolution Rejected 4666 35.85 %  
 

FEDERAL

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 5
 
 

 Votes cast

Percentage

 
Bart Haggin D 3623 25.69 %  
George R. Nethercutt Jr. R 9586 67.97 %  
Rob Chase L 895

6.35

%

 
 
 

STATE

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 7
 
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Bob Morton  R

11553

100

%  
 

LEGISLATIVE

STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DIST. 7-POS. 1
 
    Votes cast Percentage  
R. (Ron) McCoy   D 4430 32.19 %  
Bob Sump R 9331 67.81 %  
 
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DIST. 7-POS. 2
 
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Jack McLean D 3426 24.60 %  
Cathy McMorris R 10503 75.40 %  
 

COUNTY

ASSESSOR
    Votes Cast Percentage  
Al Taylor R 7199 54.36 %  
Joseph Barreca  6045 45.64 %  
 

AUDITOR

    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Tim Gray D

10285

100

%  
 
SUPERIOR COURT CLERK
    Votes cast Percentage  

Patricia A. "Patty" Chester  

D 10281 100 %  
 
 
CORONER
    Votes cast Percentage  
Patti Hancock D 6898 50.62 %  
Tony Harbolt R 6728 49.38 %  
 
 
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
    Votes cast Percentage  
James F. Irwin D 5050 37.67 %  
John G. "Jerry" Wetle R 8356 62.33 %  
 
 

SHERIFF

    Votes cast Percentage  
Craig Thayer D 7738 57.40 %  
Kendle E. Allen R 5743 42.60 %  
 
 
TREASURER
    Votes cast Percentage  
Sue Harnasch D 9901 100 %  
 
 
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 2
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Merrill J. Ott  R 10473 100 %  
 
 
P. U. D. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 2
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Esther A. Koch NP 5187 44.74 %  
K. O. (Ken) Rosenberg NP 6407 55.26 %  
 
 

JUDICIAL

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, POSITION 3
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Jim Johnson NP 5924 54.70 %  
Mary Fairhurst NP 4906 45.30 %  
 
 
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, POSITION 4
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Charles W. Johnson NP 5318 51.38 %  
Pamela (Pam) Loginsky NP 5033 48.62 %  
 
 
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, POSITION 7
    Votes cast Percentage  
Bobbe J. Bridge  NP 8431 100 %  
 
 
COURT OF APPEALS, DIV. 3-DIST. 1 POSITION 2
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Kenneth H. Kato  NP 8653 100 %  
 
 
DISTRICT COURT JUDGE
    Votes cast

Percentage

 
Pamela F. Payne NP

9396

100 %  
 
 
RESOLUTION NO. 02-07
NORTHPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 211
 
"Shall Northport School District No. 211, Stevens County, be authorized to re-district its school
director districts from five districts to four districts and one at-large position?"
 
 

Votes cast

Percentage    
Resolution Approved 388 74.47 %    
Resolution Rejected 133 25.53 %    
 
 
PROPOSITION NO. 1
STEVENS COUNTY RURAL LIBRARY DISTRICT
 
Shall the Stevens County Rural Library District be dissolved?
 

Votes cast

Percentage    
YES 3848 34.84 %    
NO 7196 65.16 %    
 

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