Clark County, Washington
General Election, November 2, 2004 -- Official Final
Last Updated: November 17, 2004 4:02PM
County-wide Turnout Statistics
Precincts Reporting: 180 100.00%
Total Precincts: 180
Accumulated Polling Place Ballots: 50,590 29.37%
Accumulated Absentee Ballots: 121,675 70.63%
Total Ballots Cast: 172,265 82.97%
Eligible Polling Place Voters: 68,833 33.15%
Eligible Absentee Voters: 138,778 66.85%
Total Eligible Voters: 207,611
STATE MEASURES State-wide results are available from http://vote.wa.gov
INITIATIVE 872 Votes Percent
Elections for partisan offices
YES 93,703 59.56%
NO 63,618 40.44%
INITIATIVE 884
Dedicate funds designated for educational purposes
YES 57,217 35.65%
NO 103,277 64.35%
INITIATIVE 892
Authorize additional “electronic scratch ticket machines”
YES 83,563 52.50%
NO 75,609 47.50%
REFERENDUM MEASURE 55
Charter public schools
APPROVED 63,725 41.15%
REJECTED 91,149 58.85%
INITIATIVE 297
“Mixed” radioactive and nonradioactive hazardous waste
YES 105,833 69.47%
NO 46,504 30.53%
COUNTY MEASURES
CLARK COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA AUTHORITY (C-TRAN) Votes Percent
Maintain and enhance public transit services through increased sales and use tax
Simple majority (50% + 1 vote) to pass and no validation requirements. APPROVED 73,959 46.33%
REJECTED 85,684 53.67%
FEDERAL OFFICES
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Votes Percent
JOHN F. KERRY / John Edwards Democratic 79,538 46.67%
GEORGE W. BUSH / Dick Cheney Republican 88,646 52.01%
MICHAEL BADNARIK / Richard V. Campagna Libertarian 657 0.39%
JOHN PARKER / Teresa Gutierrez Workers World 43 0.03%
DAVID COBB / Patricia LaMarche Green 127 0.07%
JAMES HARRIS / Margaret Trowe Soc Workers 19 0.01%
MICHAEL ANTHONY PEROUTKA / Chuck Baldwin Constitution 239 0.14%
BILL VAN AUKEN / Jim Lawrence Soc Equality 13 0.01%
RALPH NADER / Peter Miguel Camejo Independent 1,157 0.68%
UNITED STATES SENATOR
PATTY MURRAY Democratic 80,134 48.31%
GEORGE R. NETHERCUTT, JR. Republican 81,888 49.36%
J. MILLS Libertarian 1,901 1.15%
MARK B. WILSON Green 1,960 1.18%
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, 3RD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
BRIAN BAIRD Democratic 95,853 58.90%
THOMAS A. CROWSON Republican 66,899 41.10%
STATE OFFICES State-wide results are available from http://vote.wa.gov
GOVERNOR Votes Percent
CHRISTINE GREGOIRE Democratic 72,797 44.71%
DINO ROSSI Republican 85,887 52.75%
RUTH BENNETT Libertarian 4,123 2.53%
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
BRAD OWEN Democratic 74,984 48.14%
JIM WIEST Republican 72,280 46.41%
JOCELYN A. LANGLOIS Libertarian 5,693 3.66%
BERN HAGGERTY Green 2,796 1.80%
SECRETARY OF STATE
LAURA RUDERMAN Democratic 67,285 43.26%
SAM REED Republican 83,588 53.74%
JACQUELINE PASSEY Libertarian 4,656 2.99%
STATE TREASURER Votes Percent
MIKE MURPHY Democratic 82,995 53.62%
OSCAR S. LEWIS Republican 66,160 42.74%
JOHN SAMPLE Libertarian 5,640 3.64%
STATE AUDITOR
BRIAN SONNTAG Democratic 86,794 55.97%
WILL BAKER Republican 61,999 39.98%
JASON G. BUSH Libertarian 6,279 4.05%
ATTORNEY GENERAL
DEBORAH SENN Democratic 64,613 41.53%
ROB MCKENNA Republican 85,111 54.70%
J. BRADLEY GIBSON Libertarian 3,233 2.08%
PAUL RICHMOND Green 2,641 1.70%
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS
MIKE COOPER Democratic 64,916 41.92%
DOUG SUTHERLAND Republican 84,627 54.65%
STEVE LAYMAN Libertarian 5,313 3.43%
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Votes Percent
TERESA (TERRY) BERGSON Nonpartisan 81,452 61.72%
JUDITH BILLINGS Nonpartisan 50,518 38.28%
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
MIKE KREIDLER Democratic 73,022 48.49%
JOHN ADAMS Republican 70,711 46.96%
STEPHEN D. STEELE Libertarian 6,860 4.56%
STATE LEGISLATURE, 15TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 1
BRUCE CHANDLER Republican 2,420 100.00%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 2
MICHAEL H. KEPCHA Democratic 1,016 32.86%
DAN NEWHOUSE Republican 2,076 67.14%
STATE LEGISLATURE, 17TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
STATE SENATOR
PAUL WAADEVIG Democratic 23,193 43.96%
DON BENTON Republican 29,563 56.04%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 1
PAT CAMPBELL Democratic 23,317 45.08%
JIM DUNN Republican 28,405 54.92%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 2 Votes Percent
DEB WALLACE Democratic 27,526 53.07%
ROY RHINE Republican 24,340 46.93%
STATE LEGISLATURE, 18TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
STATE SENATOR
DAVE SEABROOK Democratic 24,150 45.45%
JOSEPH ZARELLI Republican 28,984 54.55%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 1
PAM BROKAW Democratic 22,070 42.69%
RICHARD CURTIS Republican 29,632 57.31%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 2
BRIAN D. BEECHER Democratic 20,345 39.73%
ED ORCUTT Republican 30,866 60.27%
STATE LEGISLATURE, 49TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
STATE SENATOR
CRAIG PRIDEMORE Democratic 24,470 50.66%
DON CARLSON Republican 23,829 49.34%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 1
BILL FROMHOLD Democratic 29,106 62.33%
JUSTIN RILEY Republican 17,591 37.67%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE, POS. NO. 2
JIM MOELLER Democratic 27,930 60.26%
MIKE W. SMITH Republican 18,416 39.74%
COUNTY OFFICES
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Votes Percent
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT NO. 1
BETTY SUE MORRIS Democratic 78,154 50.63%
TOM MIELKE Republican 76,212 49.37%
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT NO. 2
JEANNE HARRIS Democratic 71,728 46.87%
MARC BOLDT Republican 81,294 53.13%
STATE JUDICIAL OFFICES State-wide results are available from http://vote.wa.gov
JUSTICE OF THE STATE SUPREME COURT Votes Percent
JUSTICE, POSITION NO. 1
JIM JOHNSON Nonpartisan 70,398 54.23%
MARY KAY BECKER Nonpartisan 59,407 45.77%
JUSTICE, POSITION NO. 5 Votes Percent
BARBARA MADSEN Nonpartisan 108,656 100.00%
JUSTICE, POSITION NO. 6
RICHARD B. SANDERS Nonpartisan 76,422 62.42%
TERRY SEBRING Nonpartisan 46,003 37.58%
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, DIVISION NO. 2, DISTRICT NO. 3
JUDGE, POSITION NO. 2
C. C. BRIDGEWATER Nonpartisan 107,347 100.00%
CLARK COUNTY DISTRICT COURT
JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT, POSITION NO. 5
RICH MELNICK Nonpartisan 111,489 100.00%
CLARK PUBLIC UTILITIES DISTRICT
COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT NO. 2
NANCY BARNES Nonpartisan 109,074 100.00%
LOCAL MEASURES
CITY OF VANCOUVER Votes Percent
CITY CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. 1
Increase the term of mayor from two to four years.
Simple majority (50% + 1 vote) to pass and no validation requirements. YES 29,578 53.60%
NO 25,604 46.40%
CITY CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. 2
Initiative and referendum provision amendments to Vancouver City Charter Title X.
Simple majority (50% + 1 vote) to pass and no validation requirements. YES 27,413 55.71%
NO 21,796 44.29%
CITY OF RIDGEFIELD
PROPOSITION NO. 1
Authorizing an increase of existing property tax levies.
Simple majority (50% + 1 vote) to pass and no validation requirements. YES 317 28.43%
NO 798 71.57%
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 10
PROPOSITION NO. 1
Authorizing an increase of existing property tax levies.
Simple majority (50% + 1 vote) to pass and no validation requirements. YES 1,557 47.85%
NO 1,697 52.15%