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Primary results certified: DelBene, Celis advance to general election

2014 Election - Courtesy graphic
2014 Election
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The primary election votes have been certified and here's the final results that affect the Redmond area:

Suzan DelBene (D) took the top spot for Congressional District 1, U.S. representative with 50.67 percent of the votes, followed by Pedro Celis (R) with 16.45 percent and Robert J. Sutherland (R) with 15.61 percent.

DelBene and Celis will advance to the Nov. 4 general election.

Lisa O'Toole is tops with 60.45 percent for Northeast Electoral District Court (Redmond), Judge Position No. 3, followed by Marcus Naylor with 20.19 percent and Rick Leo with 19.35 percent.

O'Toole and Naylor will advance to the general election.

In the 45th Legislative District and 48th Legislative District races, all the candidates advance to the general election. In the 45th race for state senator, incumbent Andy Hill (R) led challenger Matt Isenhower (D) 53.79 percent to 46.21 percent.

In the representative Pos. 1 race, incumbent Roger Goodman (D) led Joel Hussey (R) 54 percent to 46 percent.

Over at the representative Pos. 2 race, incumbent Larry Springer (D) led Brendan Woodward (R) 55.91 percent to 44.09 percent.

In the 48th race for state senator, Cyrus Habib (D) led Michelle Darnell (R) 63.61 percent to 36.39 percent. Habib is the current Pos. 2 representative.

Representative Pos. 1 incumbent Ross Hunter (D) led Bill Hirt (R) 69.74 percent to 30.26 percent.

And in the representative Pos. 2 race, Joan McBride (D) led Tim Turner (L) 69.84 percent to 30.16 percent.

 

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