The 2018 General Election is on Tuesday, November 6. The offices below have candidates running for County, State and Federal Offices.
LWVTC sponsored a General Election Candidate Forum for the positions in Bold. The forum was held and filmed at Thurston Community Media. The forum is now available for viewing by clicking on the view links associated with the specific race.
Assessor: The incumbent, Steven J. Drew, a Democrat is unopposed
Auditor: The incumbent, Mary Hall, a Democrat, will face Stuart T. Holmes, an independent. view link
Mary Hall won this race.
Clerk: The incumbent, Linda Enlow, a Democrat is running unopposed.
Coroner: Incumbent, Gary Warnock, a Democrat is running unopposed.
Commissioner District No. 3: The incumbent Bud Blake, an Independent, will face Tye Menser, a Democrat. view link
Tye Menser won this race.
Prosecuting Attorney: The incumbent, Jon Tunheim, a Democrat, will face Victor M. Minjares, also a Democrat. view link.
Jon Tunheim won this race.
Sheriff: The incumbent, John Stanza, an independent is running unopposed.
Treasurer: The incumbent, Jeff Gadman a Democrat is running unopposed.
District Court, Position 1: Incumbent Judge Kalo Wilcok is running unopposed for the nonpartisan seat.
District Court, Position 2: Incumbent Judge Sam Meyer is running unopposed for the nonpartisan seat.
District Court, Position 3: Incumbent Judge Brett Buckley is running unopposed for the nonpartisan seat.
Public Utility District, No 1: The Incumbent Linda Oosterman will face Andrew Saturn for the nonpartisan seat.
Linda Oosterman won this race.
District No. 2: The Incumbents, J.T. Wilcox and Andrew Barkis, both Republicans, are seeking re-election. Wilcox is running unopposed. Anneliese M. Feld, a Democrat, will challenge Barkis for his Position 1 seat.
Andrew Barkis won this race.
District No. 20: The Incumbents, Richard DeBolt and Ed Orcutt, both Republicans, are seeking re-election. John Thompson, a Democrat, will challenge DeBolt. Brennan Bailey, a Democrat, will challenge Orcutt.
Richard DeBolt won his race.
Ed Orcutt won his race.
District No. 22: Position 1: C Davis, an independent, will challenge Laurie Dolan, a Democrat. view link
Laurie Dolan won this race.
District No. 22: Position 2: Allen Acosta, a Libertarian, will challenge Beth Doglio, a Democrat.
Beth Doglio won this race.
District No. 35: Incumbent Senator Tim Sheldon, a Democrat is challenged by Irene Bowling, a Democrat;
Tim Sheldon won this race.
Incumbent Representative Dan Griffey, a Republican is being challenged by James Thomas, a Democrat.
Dan Griffey won this race.
Incumbent Drew MacEwen, a Republican is being challenged by David Daggett a Democrat.
Drew MacEwen woon this race.
Court of Appeals
Division 2, Position 2: Rebecca Glasgow is running unopposed for the nonpartisan seat.
Position 2: Incumbent Susan Owens is unopposed.
Position 8: Incumbent Steve Gonzalez is being challenged by Nathan Choi for the nonpartisan seat.
Steve Gonzalez won this race.
Position 9: Incumbent Sheryl G. McCloud is unopposed
3rd District: Incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler, a Republican, is being challenged by Carolyn Long, a Democrat.
Jaime Herrera Beutler won this race.
10th District: Incumbent Denny Heck, a Democrat, is being challenged by Joseph Bumbles, a Republican.
Denny Heck won this race.
U.S. Senate: Incumbent Maria Cantwell, a Democrat, is being challenged by Susan Hutchison, a Republican.
Maria Cantwelll won this race.