The fight against Washington's top two primary election system is finally over after the supreme court declined to look at the system after complaints from political parties that the system is confusing and interferes with their rights and the parties maintained the system confuses voters. Yakima County Auditor Corky Mattingly, who supports the top two system tells KIT News it's such a popular system that both California and Oregon are also looking at a top two primary system and she says the idea that started here in Washington could spread across the country. Under the system the top two finishers in a primary advance to the general election regardless of party, meaning two democrats or two republicans could advance to the general election.