Elections 2016

More Ballots Being Counted Wednesday — No Changes Expected
More Ballots Being Counted Wednesday — No Changes Expected
Yakima County Auditor Charles Ross says more than 70 percent of county voters turned out for the presidential election on Tuesday. And that 70 percent number is expected to grow when more ballots are counted today. Ross tells KIT News, "We're going to process more ballots in this election than the county ever has because we have a larger data base...
Yakima County Commissioner Winners
Yakima County Commissioner Winners
In with the new and back in with the incumbent (not “old”).    Yakima County’s two commissioner races saw District #1 incumbent Mike Leita  easily win re-election with 57.4% of the vote over his challenger Eric Geary with 41.2% .   In District #2 incumbent Kevin Bouchey decided to step down which opened the race to Debra Manjarrez and Ron Anderson...
Yakima’s 14th District Legislative Candidates Hold Comfortable Leads
Yakima’s 14th District Legislative Candidates Hold Comfortable Leads
Washington state has a total of 49 state Senate seats and 26 of them are up for re-election this year.  Washington’s senators hold staggered, four-year terms with about half of the Senate scheduled for election every two years. Republicans hold a  one-seat majority against the Democrats in the Washington State Senate, which is considered by ballotpedia to be one of 20 battleground chambers... Read

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