Primary Election 2020:

Primary Election 2020:

PORT ORCHARD — Initial primary election returns in Kitsap County Tuesday night yielded no surprises in the high-profile races in 2020, including contests for the 6th Congressional District seat, Washington state governor, seats in the state Legislature and the two county commissioner positions up for election.

The top two finishers in each race, regardless of party affiliation, will advance to the Nov. 3 general election. Updates from the Kitsap County Elections Division will be released tomorrow afternoon and through next week.

Here are the raw numbers from Kitsap County released at 8:20 p.m. Tuesday:

Congressional District 6 U.S. Representative

Elizabeth Kreiselmaier (Prefers Republican Party)

12,234

26.05%

Chris Welton (Prefers Republican Party)

2,497

5.32%

Rebecca Parson (Prefers Democratic Party)

5,046

10.75%

Stephan Brodhead (Prefers Republican Party)

1,600

3.41%

Johny Alberg (Prefers Republican Party)

1,271

2.71%

Derek Kilmer (Prefers Democratic Party)

24,312

51.77%

Washington State Governor

Alex Tsimerman (Prefers StandupAmerica Party)

37

0.08%

Phil Fortunato (Prefers Republican Party)

2,140

4.50%

Ryan Ryals (Prefers Unaffiliated Party)

127

0.27%

Leon Aaron Lawson (Prefers Trump Republican Party)

627

1.32%

Henry Clay Dennison (Prefers Socialist Workers Party)

87

0.18%

Tim Eyman (Prefers Republican Party)

3,978

8.36%

Liz Hallock (Prefers Green Party)

386

0.81%

Goodspaceguy (Prefers Trump Republican Party)

146

0.31%

Omari Tahir Garrett (Prefers Democrat Party)

176

0.37%

Don L. Rivers (Prefers Democratic Party)

436

0.92%

Martin L. ‘Iceman’ Wheeler (Prefers Republican Party)

88

0.19%

Raul Garcia (Prefers Republican Party)

1,691

3.56%

Tylor Grow (Prefers Republican Party)

36

0.08%

Winston Wilkes (Prefers Propertarianist Party)

16

0.03%

Brian R. Weed (States No Party Preference)

38

0.08%

Thor Amundson (Prefers Independent Party)

78

0.16%

Gene Hart (Prefers Democratic Party)

251

0.53%

William (Bill) Miller (Prefers American Patriot Party)

22

0.05%

Matthew Murray (Prefers Republican Party)

108

0.23%

Dylan B. Nails (Prefers Independent Party)

27

0.06%

Cameron M. Vessey (States No Party Preference)

17

0.04%

David W. Blomstrom (Prefers Fifth Republican Party)

4

0.01%

Anton Sakharov (Prefers Trump Republican Party)

352

0.74%

Craig Campbell (States No Party Preference)

23

0.05%

Nate Herzog (Prefers Pre2016 Republican Party)

197

0.41%

Cregan M. Newhouse (States No Party Preference)

42

0.09%

Ian Gonzales (Prefers Republican Party)

39

0.08%

Cairo D’Almeida (Prefers Democratic Party)

241

0.51%

Elaina J. Gonzalez (Prefers Independent Party)

89

0.19%

Jay Inslee (Prefers Democratic Party)

25,427

53.46%

Joshua Freed (Prefers Republican Party)

3,013

6.34%

David Voltz (Prefers Cascadia Labour Party)

6

0.01%

Joshua Wolf (Prefers New-Liberty Party)

40

0.08%

Loren Culp (Prefers Republican Party)

7,356

15.47%

Richard L. Carpenter (Prefers Republican Party)

155

0.33%

Bill Hirt (Prefers Republican Party)

64

0.13%

Lieutenant Governor

Joseph Brumbles (Prefers Republican Party)

2,769

5.98%

Jared Frerichs (Prefers Libertarian Party)

390

0.84%

Ann Davison Sattler (Prefers Republican Party)

4,024

8.69%

James R. Rafferty (Prefers Democratic Party)

993

2.14%

Marko Liias (Prefers Democratic Party)

6,168

13.32%

Matt Seymour (Prefers Libertarian Party)

563

1.22%

Michelle Jasmer (Prefers Democratic Party)

4,145

8.95%

Bill Penor (Prefers Republican Party)

932

2.01%

Richard (Dick) Muri (Prefers Republican Party)

4,264

9.21%

Denny Heck (Prefers Democratic Party)

14,947

32.27%

Marty McClendon (Prefers Republican Party)

7,124

15.38%

Secretary of State

Ed Minger (Prefers Independent Party)

1,658

3.55%

Gentry Lange (Prefers Progressive Party)

908

1.94%

Kim Wyman (Prefers Republican Party)

22,864

48.93%

Gael Tarleton (Prefers Democratic Party)

21,300

45.58%

State Treasurer

Duane A. Davidson (Prefers Republican Party)

20,523

44.33%

Mike Pellicciotti (Prefers Democratic Party)

25,776

55.67%

State Auditor

Joshua Casey (Prefers Democratic Party)

4,938

10.74%

Chris Leyba (Prefers Republican Party)

18,252

39.70%

Pat (Patrice) McCarthy (Prefers Democratic Party)

22,781

49.56%

Attorney General

Matt Larkin (Prefers Republican Party)

11,035

23.55%

Mike Vaska (Prefers GOP Party)

3,442

7.35%

Brett Rogers (Prefers Republican Party)

5,204

11.11%

Bob Ferguson (Prefers Democratic Party)

27,167

57.99%

Commissioner of Public Lands

Cameron Whitney (Prefers Republican Party)

3,629

7.96%

Steve Sharon (Prefers Republican Party)

3,257

7.15%

Hilary Franz (Prefers Democratic Party)

24,146

52.98%

Kelsey Reyes (Prefers Libertarian Party)

1,646

3.61%

Maryam Abasbarzy (Prefers Republican Party)

444

0.97%

Sue Kuehl Pederson (Prefers Republican Party)

10,093

22.14%

Frank Wallbrown (Prefers Democratic Party)

2,364

5.19%

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Ron Higgins

7,933

18.67%

Maia Espinoza

10,354

24.37%

Stan Lippmann

2,184

5.14%

David Spring

2,425

5.71%

Dennis Wick

2,682

6.31%

Chris Reykdal

16,917

39.81%

Insurance Commissioner

Anthony Welti (Prefers Libertarian Party)

6,197

13.49%

Chirayu Avinash Patel (Prefers Republican Party)

11,429

24.88%

Mike Kreidler (Prefers Democratic Party)

28,317

61.64%

23rd Legislative District State Senator

Pam Madden-Boyer (Prefers Republican Party)

8,728

33.05%

Christine Rolfes (Prefers Democratic Party)

17,681

66.95%

23rd Legislative District State Representative Position 1

Lou Krukar (Prefers Democratic Party)

791

3.04%

James Beall (Prefers Democratic Party)

523

2.01%

Leslie J. Daugs (Prefers Democrat Party)

4,048

15.57%

Tarra Simmons (Prefers Democratic Party)

11,798

45.37%

April Ferguson (Prefers Republican Party)

8,846

34.02%

Joseph Kraszewski (W)

0

0.00%

23rd Legislative District State Representative Position 2

Elaina Gonzales-Blanton (Prefers Republican Party)

9,115

34.63%

Drew Hansen (Prefers Democratic Party)

17,206

65.37%

26th Legislative District State Representative Position 1

Total Drew Darsow (Prefers Democratic Party)

1,043

7.93%

Jesse L. Young (Prefers Republican Party)

6,635

50.43%

Carrie Hesch (Prefers Democratic Party)

5,479

41.64%

26th Legislative District State Representative Position 2

Total Michelle Caldier (Prefers Republican Party)

4,408

33.23%

Joy Stanford (Prefers Democratic Party)

5,965

44.96%

Alisha Beeler (Prefers Republican Party)

2,894

21.81%

35th Legislative District State Representative Position 1

Colton Myers (Prefers Democratic Party)

2,984

43.19%

Dan Griffey (Prefers Republican Party)

3,925

56.81%

35th Legislative District State Representative Position 2

Earl W. Burt (Prefers Shortstop Party)

195

2.81%

Drew C. MacEwen (Prefers Republican Party)

3,770

54.34%

Darcy Huffman (Prefers Democratic Party)

2,973

42.85%

Kitsap County Commissioner District 1

Robert (Rob) Gelder (Prefers Democratic Party)

12,142

70.96%

Scott Henden (Prefers Republican Party)

4,970

29.04%

Kitsap County Commissioner District 2

Total Paul Nuchims (Prefers Democratic Party)

338

2.25%

Charlotte Garrido (Prefers Democrat Party)

4,619

30.80%

Oran R. Root (Prefers Republican Party)

4,770

31.81%

Bob Perkins (States No Party Preference)

658

4.39%

Stacey (Spencer) Smith (Prefers Democratic Party

2,160

14.40%

Marcus Carter (Prefers Republican Party)

2,450

16.34%

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