Gubernatorial candidates Bill Bryant (on left) and Jay Inslee (on right). Inslee regained his position as Washington State Governor on Election Night 2016.


Jay Inslee regains his title as governor of the state of Washington.

Lt. Governor
Cyrus Habib gains the office for Lt. Governor. The current Lt. Governor Brad Owen choose earlier this year to not run for re-election.

Secretary of State
Incumbent Kim Wyman stays in the office with 53 percent of the vote

State Auditor
Pat McCarthy wins the position at 54 percent.

State Treasurer
Duane Davidson wins at almost 59 percent of the vote.

Attorney General
Incumbent Bob Ferguson wins with just over 69 percent of the vote

Commissioner of Public Lands
Hilary Franz gains the office at almost 55 percent of the vote.

Superintendent of Public Instruction
Chris Reykdal is winning the office with just over 51 percent of the vote, a 2 point difference between him and Erin Jones.

Insurance Commissioner
Mike Kreidler wins the office with 60 percent of the vote.

37th Legislative District
Sharon Tomiko Santos and Eric Pettigrew maintain their positions as representatives in the Legislature. Santos won in a landslide, with over 90 percent of the vote.

11th Legislative District
Bob Hasegawa and Steve Bergquist maintain their positions as senator and representative, respectively.

Results were retrieved from the Secretary of State election website.

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