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November 7, 2000
Official Results

Certified on Nov. 22, 2000
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STATE MEASURES

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 713
Shall it be a gross misdemeanor to capture an animal with certain body-gripping traps, or to poison an animal with sodium fluoroacetate or sodium cyanide?

Initiative Measure  

YES 6029 34.26%

Initiative Measure  

NO 11570 65.74%

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 722
Proposed by Initiative Petition
Shall certain 1999 tax and fee increases be nullified, vehicles exempted from property taxes, and property tax increases (except new construction) limited to 2% annually?

Initiative Measure  

YES 11111 65.29%

Initiative Measure  

NO 5908 34.71%

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 728
Proposed by Initiative Petition
Shall school districts reduce class sizes, extend learning programs, expand teacher training, and construct facilities, funded by lottery proceeds, existing property taxes, and budget reserves?

Initiative Measure  

YES 11008 63.56%

Initiative Measure  

NO 6311 36.44%

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 729
Proposed by Initiative Petition
Shall school districts and public universities be authorized to sponsor charter public schools, independently operated, open to all students, and subject to revised state regulation?

Initiative Measure  

YES 6945 40.60%

Initiative Measure  

NO 10163 59.40%

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 732
Proposed by Initiative Petition
Shall public school teachers, other school district employees, and certain employees of community and technical colleges receive annual cost-of-living salary adjustments, to begin in 2001-2002?

Initiative Measure  

YES 8782 50.35%

Initiative Measure  

NO 8660 49.65%

INITIATIVE TO THE PEOPLE 745
Proposed by Initiative Petition
Shall 90% of transportation funds, including transit taxes, be spent for roads; transportation agency performance audits required; and road construction and maintenance be sales tax-exempt?

Initiative Measure  

YES 9384 55.47%

Initiative Measure  

NO 7532 44.53%

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 8214
Amendment to the State Constitution
Proposed by the Legislature:
Shall the state constitution be amended to permit state funds held in trust for persons with developmental disabilities to be invested as authorized by law?

Initiative Measure  

YES 8988 54.20%

Initiative Measure  

NO 7594 45.80%

FEDERAL
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES  (4 Year Term)
AL GORE / JOE LIEBERMAN DEM 5560 30.89%
GEORGE W BUSH / DICK CHENEY REP 11299 62.78%
HARRY BROWNE / ART OLIVIER LIB 185 1.03%
DAVID MCREYNOLDS / MARY CAL HOLLIS SOC 4 0.02%
RALPH NADER / WINONA LADUKE GRN 700 3.89%
MONICA MOOREHEAD / GLORIA LA RIVA WW 16 0.09%
HOWARD PHILLIPS / J CURTIS FRAZIER CST 48 0.27%
PATRICK BUCHANAN / EZOLA FOSTER FDM 163 0.91%
JAMES E HARRIS / MARGARET TROWE SW 4 0.02%
JOHN HAGELIN / NAT GOLDHABER NL 20 0.11%

UNITED STATES SENATOR  (6 Year Term)

MARIA CANTWELL DEM 5792 32.34%
SLADE GORTON REP 11489 64.14%
JEFF JARED LIB 630 3.52%

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 5  (2 Year Term)

TOM KEEFE DEM 5105 30.71%
GEORGE R NETHERCUTT, JR REP 10673 64.21%
GREG HOLMES LIB 845 5.08%

STATE

GOVERNOR (4 Year Term)

GARY LOCKE DEM 7426 41.64%
JOHN CARLSON REP 9871 55.35%
STEVE W LEPAGE LIB 536 3.01%

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (4 Year Term)
BRAD OWEN DEM 6485 39.18%
WM "MIKE" ELLIOTT REP 8607 52.00%
RUTH E BENNETT LIB 1459 8.82%

SECRETARY OF STATE (4 Year Term)

DON L BONKER DEM 5370 32.60%
SAM REED REP 9528 57.84%
J BRADLEY GIBSON LIB 974 5.91%
CHRIS LOFTIS RFM 601 3.65%

STATE TREASURER (4 Year Term)

MIKE MURPHY DEM 6846 41.37%
DIANE RHOADES REP 8569 51.78%
TIM PERMAN LIB 1134 6.85%

STATE AUDITOR (4 Year Term)
BRIAN SONNTAG DEM 6725 41.49%
RICHARD MCENTEE REP 8306 51.25%
CHRIS CAPUTO LIB 1176 7.26%

ATTORNEY GENERAL (4 Year Term)

CHRISTINE GREGOIRE DEM 6551 39.83%
RICHARD POPE REP 8554 52.01%
RICHARD SHEPARD LIB 1045 6.35%
STAN LIPPMANN NM 115 0.70%
LUANNE COACHMAN NL 182 1.11%

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS (4YearTerm)
MIKE LOWRY DEM 5695 33.16%
DOUG SUTHERLAND REP 10419 60.66%
STEVE LAYMAN LIB 1062 6.18%

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ( 4 Year Term)

TERESA "TERRY" BERGESON NP 10505 100%

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER  (4 Year Term)

MIKE KREIDLER DEM 5941 36.94%
DON DAVIDSON REP 9167 57.00%
MIKE HIHN LIB 975 6.06%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST 7 POS 1   (2 Year Term)

RONALD LLOYN MCCOY DEM 5506 32.75%
BOB SUMP REP 11306 67.25%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST 7 POS 2  (2 Year Term)
GARY E MCKINNEY DEM 4182 26.73%
CATHY MCMORRIS REP 11462 73.27%

COUNTY

COMMISSIONER DIST 1 (4 Year Term)
KATHY MOSS DEM 7788 47.57%
TONY DELGADO REP 8583 52.43%

COMMISSIONER DIST 3 (4 Year Term)
NANCY FOLL DEM 5329 31.95%
MALCOLM R FRIEDMAN REP 9859 59.11%
CHUCK HAYES IND 1491 8.94%

P.U.D. COMMISSIONER DIST 3 (6 Year Term)

C LLOYD HENRY NP 7601 57.78%
DELORIS J LYNN NP 5555 42.22%

JUDICAL
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POS 2 (6 Year Term)
SUSAN J OWENS NP 6397 48.69%
JEFF SULLIVAN NP 6741 51.31%

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POS 7 UNEXP 2 Year Term
BOBBE J BRIDGE NP 10779 100%

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POS 8 (6 Year Term)
GERRY L ALEXANDER NP 10329 100%

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POS 9 (6 Year Term)
TOM CHAMBERS NP 7028 54.98%
JOM FOLEY NP 5755 45.02%

COURT OF APPEALS DIV 3, DIST 1, POS 1 (6 Year Term)
JOHN A SCHULTHEIS NP 10626 100%

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE POS 1 ( 4 Year Term)
REBECCA M BAKER NP 11138 100%

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE POS 2 ( 4 Year Term)
LARRY M KRISTIANSON NP 11680 100%

PROPOSITION 1

EVERGREEN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 205
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION LEVY

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF EVERGREEN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 205 ADOPTED RESOLUTION NO. 14 CONCERNING A NEED FOR A MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION LEVY.  THIS BALLOT PROPOSITION, IF APPROVED, WILL AUTHORIZE THE DISTRICT TO LEVY ANNUAL EXCESS PROPERTY TAXES IN THE SUM OF $1.213 PER $1,000.00 OF THE ASSESSED VALUE OF PROPERTY IN THE DISTRICT EACH YEAR FOR TWO YEARS BEGINNING IN 2000 TO COLLECT $20,000.00 IN 2001 AND CONTINUING IN 2001 TO COLLECT $20,000.00 IN 2002, FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION, ALL AS PROVIDED IN RESOLUTION #14.  SHOULD THIS PROPOSITION BE:
LEVY YES 80 40.82%
LEVY NO 116 59.18%

Official Results Certified on Nov. 22, 2000

 
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