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  WA State Senate District 15
INCUMBENT
  PartyRepublican
NameJim Honeyford
Won11/06/2018
Votes20,285 (60.59%)
Margin7,090 (+21.18%)
Term01/14/2019 - 01/09/2023

Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeWA State Senate District 15 WinnerYrWA State Senate District 15 Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
1.19% Governor   Bill Bryant 16 20,362 53.08% +7.47%
1.19% Lieutenant Governor   Marty McClendon 16 21,535 57.84% +12.23%
1.19% Secretary of State   Kim Wyman 16 23,540 63.13% +8.39%
1.20% Auditor   Mark Miloscia 16 19,980 54.41% +6.73%
1.19% Attorney General   Bob Ferguson 16 21,755 61.28% -5.86%
1.15% President   Donald Trump 16 19,797 51.74% +14.91%
1.19% Senate Class III   Patty Murray 16 19,239 50.04% -8.97%

State Senate DETAILS
Parents > United States > Washington > State Senate  
Established October 01, 1889
Disbanded Still Active
Contributoreddy 9_99
Last ModifiedRalphie January 06, 2011 10:54pm
Description Historical Boundaries
1889-1890: Pacific and Wahkiakum counties
1890-1903: Lewis County
1903-1905: Yakima County
1905-1933: Benton and Yakima counties
1933-1981: Yakima County
1981-1992: Benton and Yakima counties
1992-2002: Benton, Klickitat, Skamania, and Yakima counties

Current Boundary
Represents southern Washington: Klickitat County with parts of Clark, Skamania, and Yakima counties. Includes the cities of Toppenish, Wapato, Sunnyside, and Zillah.

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1957-1965: [Link]
1965-1972: [Link]
1972-1982: [Link]
1982-1992: Not Available
1992-2002: [Link]
2002-Present: [Link]

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