Voters in Yakima County cast ballots for the primary election on Tuesday. The Yakima County Auditors Office counted votes from 17% of voters who returned ballots by the August 2 deadline.

Everyone is watching the 4th district race

One of the closest watched races was the seat held by incumbent 4th District Congressman Dan Newhouse. Results from Tuesday show Newhouse of Sunnyside will face Democrat Doug White of Yakima in the November general election. Newhouse has 26.24% and Doug White 27.20% of the vote in Yakima County.
In the race for Yakima County Commission District 2 it's a race between business executive Kyle Curtis and former Yakima City Council member Dulce Gutierrez. Voters cast ballots for Curtis 2,985 or 56% compared to Gutierrez with 1,678 votes or 31.4%.
In the race for Yakima County Clerk it looks like a race between Billie Maggard 41.% of the
vote and Mischa Venables with 30%.
In the 14th District Legislative race it's incumbant Gina Mosbrucker with 64.8% and Liz Hallock 20.6% of the vote.

More ballots will be counted starting Wednesday

More votes are expected to be counted with a 30% turnout expected when all the counting is finished.

Congressional District 4; U.S. Representative

Dan Newhouse...... 5,617    26.24%

Doug White........5,824     27.20%

US Senator (Yakima County)

Patty Murray .....54% (Statewide)

Tiffany Smiley....32% (Statewide)

County Commissioner, District 2

Kyle Curtis.....2,985 or 56%

Dulce Gutierrez.....1,678 votes or 31.4%

Clerk - County Partisan Office

Billie Maggard....7,348 or 41.37%

Mischa Venables....5,379 or 30.29%

14th Legislative District Position 2

Gina Mosbrucker....10,640 or 64.8%

Liz Hallock.....3,379 or 20.6%

 

For more information and other election results;

https://www.yakimacounty.us/170/Elections

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