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Election returns

First returns

Election results as of 8 p.m.,

Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008.



President of the United States

John McCain

State 46.32% Clallam County 44.78%



Barack Obama

State 51.88%

Clallam County 53.41%



Governor, state of Washington

Christine Gregoire

State 50.83% Clallam County 52.60%

Dino Rossi

State 49.17%

Clallam County 47.40%



Local Results

State senator, 24th district

Jim Hargrove, 100%

Unopposed



Sixth Congressional

representative

Norm Dicks 65.34%

Doug Cloud 34.66%



24th District

state representative

Position 1

Kevin Van De Wege 66.93%

Thomas Thomas 33.07%



24th District

state representative

Position 2

Lynn Kessler 66.26%

Randy Dutton 33.74%



Clallam County commissioner

Mike Chapman 67.10%

Terry Roth 32.90%



Clallam County

PUD commissioner

Hugh Haffner 54.49%

Bob Jensen 45.51%



Proposition 1

TBD of Sequim

Yes 50.27%

No 49.73%



State Results

Secretary of state

Sam Reed 59.37%

Jason Osgood 40.62%



Attorney general

Rob McKenna 61.05%

John Ladenburg 38.95%



Commissioner of public lands

Doug Sutherland 51.98%

Peter Goldmark 48.02%



Superintendent of

public instruction

Teresa Bergeson 49.08%

Randy Dorn 50.92%



I-985, open HOV lanes during specified hours

Yes 39.51%

No 60.49%



I-1000, allowing terminally ill adults to obtain lethal prescriptions

Yes 57.20%

No 42.80%



I-1029, long-term care services

Yes 75.15%

No 24.85%



To view local election results, visit www.clallam.net. For statewide results, visit www.secstate.wa.gov/elections.

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