Listed are the latest returns for Pacific County, Wash., from Tuesday's Primary Election. Candidates who advanced after the statewide count are highlighted. All Washington election results are unofficial until certified Sept. 24 and may change after absentee ballots are counted.

PACIFIC COUNTY

County

Commissioner,

Position 2

Democrat

Norma Stevens 456

Norman "Bud" Cuffel * 650

Pacific County

Superior Court judge

Joel Penoyar, unopposed

Governor

Democrat

Christine Gregoire 2,088 WON STATEWIDE

Scott Headland 41

Don Hansler 63

Eugen Bucuhlei 20

Ron Sims 564

Mike the Mover 91

Republican

Dino Rossi 886 WON STATEWIDE

Bill Meyer 240

John Aiken 131

Libertarians

Michael Nelson 20

Ruth Bennett 16 WON STATEWIDE

Lt. Gov.

Republican

Jim Wiest 309

Jim Nobles 478

Scott Bonifield 208

Statewide, Nobles and Wiest are in a tight race to face incumbent Democrat Brad Owen.

Attorney General

Democrat

Deborah Senn 1,363 WON STATEWIDE

Mark Sidran 1,111

Republican

Rob McKenna 816 WON STATEWIDE

Mike Vaska 205

Superintendent

of Public

Instruction

Terry Bergeson * 747 ADVANCED STATEWIDE

Judith Billings 757 ADVANCED STATEWIDE

Kumroon Maksirisombat 87

Juanita Doyon 92

David Blomstrom 139

John Blair 334

Insurance

Commissioner

Republican

Earl Dennis 280

John Adams 626 WON STATEWIDE

Curtis Fackler 114

Democrat

Mike Kreidler * 2,218

U.S. House

of Representatives

Democrat

Brian Baird * 2,552 WON DISTRICTWIDE

Cheryl Crist 356

Republican

Thomas Crowson 664 WON DISTRICTWIDE

Dawn Courtney 427

U.S. Senate

Democrat

Patty Murray * 2,660 WON STATEWIDE

Warren Hanson 249

Mohammad Said 53

Republican

George Nethercutt 961 WON STATEWIDE

Brad Klippert 78

Gordon Pross 51

Chuck Jackson 50

Reed Davis 92

William Chovil 14

State Supreme Court

(nonpartisan)

Position 1

Gary Carpenter 221

John Johnson 312 ADVANCED STATEWIDE

Mary Kay Becker 510 ADVANCED STATEWIDE

Bill Murphy 393

Maureen Hart 313

Robert Alsdorf 235

Johnson and Becker will contest the Nov. 2 election.

Position 5

Terry Lukens 612

Barbara Madsen * 1,201 WON STATEWIDE

Madsen is re-elected because she garnered more than 50 percent of the vote statewide

Position 6

James White 270

Steve Merrival 101

Doug Schafer 517

Richard Sanders * 384 ADVANCED STATEWIDE

Fred Stewart 147

Terry Sebring 419 ADVANCED STATEWIDE

Sanders and Sebring will contest the Nov. 2 election.

* denotes incumbent

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