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  San Juan
County Government
  Assessor  John Kulseth 2 22 +96.79%
  Auditor  Natasha Warmenhoven 1 22 +97.45%
  Clerk  Lisa A. Henderson 2 22 +97.76%
  Prosecutor  Amy S. Vira 1 22 +94.65%
  Sheriff  Eric Peter 1 22 +6.46%
  Treasurer  Rhonda Pederson 2 22 +98.01%
County Council
  County Commissioner Seat 1  Christine Minney 1 20 +3.86%
  County Commissioner Seat 2  Cindy Wolf 1 20 +4.98%
  County Commissioner Seat 3  Jane Fuller 1 22 +95.27%
Town
 Friday Harbor    2,474
Unincorporated
 Argyle     
 Beach Haven     
 Blakely Island     
 Crane Island     
 Decatur     
 Decatur Island     
 Deer Harbor     
 Doe Bay     
 Eastsound     
 Lopez Island     
 Olga     
 Orcas Island     
 Orcas Village     
 Port Stanley     
 Richardson     
 Roche Harbor     
 Rockland     
 Shaw Island     
 Thatcher     
 Waldron     
Marketing Area
 Seattle-Tacoma, WA  *    

Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeSan Juan WinnerYrSan Juan Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
0.32% Governor   Jay Inslee 20 9,621 73.39% +16.83%
0.32% Lieutenant Governor   Marko S. Liias 20 5,444 46.77% +13.26%
0.37% Secretary of State   Steve Hobbs 22 6,800 62.45% +12.67%
0.32% Treasurer   Mike Pellicciotti 20 8,861 70.21% +16.80%
0.32% Auditor   Pat McCarthy 20 9,235 73.45% +15.45%
0.32% Attorney General   Bob Ferguson 20 9,276 72.60% +16.17%
0.32% Commissioner of Public Lands   Hilary Franz 20 9,212 73.12% +16.43%
0.32% Superintendent of Public Instruction   Chris Reykdal 20 6,957 61.44% +6.86%
0.32% Insurance Commissioner   Myron B. "Mike" Kreidler 20 9,620 77.97% +12.58%
0.32% President   Joe Biden 20 9,725 73.69% +15.72%
0.36% Senate Class I   Maria Cantwell 18 8,016 72.60% +14.16%
0.37% Senate Class III   Patty Murray 22 8,254 72.88% +15.73%
3.33% WA - District 02   Rick Larsen 22 8,322 73.96% +13.89%
14.51% WA State Senate District 40   Elizabeth "Liz" Lovelett 20 9,576 75.42% +5.86%
0.32% Supreme Court Position 3   Raquel Montoya-Lewis 20 8,082 72.09% +13.87%
0.39% Referendum 88 - Affirmative Action   Yes 19 4,692 62.99% +13.55%
0.36% I-940: Law Enforcement Training   Yes 18 7,916 72.02% +12.42%
0.34% 1-1240 Allow Charter Schools   No 12 5,661 55.78% +6.48%
0.42% Advisory Vote 16 - Commercial Fishing Fees   Yes 17 3,582 57.28% +11.68%
0.42% Advisory Vote 17 - Tax Changes   No 17 3,163 51.00% -11.34%
0.43% Advisory Vote 18 - Property Tax Increase   Yes 17 3,472 54.76% +13.82%
0.31% Advisory Vote 32: Repeal Plastic Bag Tax   No 20 6,682 55.93% +17.16%
0.31% Advisory Vote 33: Repeal Equipment Rental Tax   No 20 6,351 53.98% +13.59%
0.31% Advisory Vote 34: Repeal Business Tax Hike   No 20 6,095 52.75% +14.76%
0.31% Advisory Vote 35: Repeal Aerospace Tax Hike   No 20 6,951 59.09% +13.56%
0.42% Advisory Vote 36 - Telephone Tax   Yes 21 4,335 57.46% +11.37%
0.42% Advisory Vote 37 - Capital Gains Tax   Yes 21 3,902 50.79% +11.86%
0.41% Advisory Vote 38 - Captive Insurers Tax   Yes 21 3,840 53.11% +10.29%
0.36% Advisory Vote 39 - Aircraft Fuel Tax   Yes 22 5,798 55.79% +14.69%
0.35% Advisory Vote 40 - Transportation Network Companies Tax   Yes 22 6,029 59.13% +11.14%
0.36% I-1631: Greenhouse Gas Fees   Yes 18 7,020 63.49% +20.06%
0.35% I-1634: Ban New Food Taxes   No 18 6,404 58.67% +14.55%
0.36% I-1639: Enhanced Background Checks   Yes 18 7,964 71.71% +12.35%
0.35% Initiative 1000 - Death With Dignity   Yes 08 7,742 75.32% +17.50%
0.36% Initiative 1053 - 2/3 Requirement to Raise Taxes   No 10 4,529 50.30% +14.05%
0.37% Initiative 1098 - State Income Tax   Yes 10 4,640 50.30% +14.45%
0.36% Initiative 1100 - Liquor Privatization (Manufacturers)   No 10 5,347 58.23% +4.81%
0.36% Initiative 1105 - Liquor Privatization (Licensed Distributors)   No 10 6,159 67.56% +2.53%
0.37% Initiative 1107 - Repeal Candy, Water, Soda Taxes   No 10 5,328 57.88% +18.32%
0.56% Initiative 1183 - Liquor Privatization   Yes 11 3,827 52.69% -6.74%
0.34% Initiative 502 - Licensing and Regulating Marijuana   Yes 12 7,166 68.29% +12.59%
0.35% Initiative 872 - Protecting Voters' Rights and Choice   Yes 04 5,082 52.74% -7.11%
0.35% Initiative 884 - Raise Sales Tax for Education   No 04 5,189 53.20% -6.79%
0.35% Initiative 892 - Legalize Non-Tribal Gambling to Reduce Property Taxes   No 04 6,937 70.91% +9.36%
0.43% Referendum 71 - Domestic Partnerships   Yes 09 5,468 70.98% +17.82%
0.34% Referendum 74 - Same Sex Marriage   Yes 12 7,395 71.16% +17.46%
0.32% Referendum 90: Require Sex Education   Yes 20 9,176 72.16% +14.34%
0.31% SJR 8212: Constitutional Amendment - Invest Public Funds   Yes 20 6,152 51.51% +5.87%
0.36% Advisory Vote 19 - Oil and Gas Products Tax   Yes 18 7,051 67.08% +20.61%

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