Most of Washington’s ballots have been counted from the Aug. 4 primary. Over 301,000 ballots remain to be counted with about 2.15 million counted to date. The turnout will be over 47%, an above-average showing for a primary election. The final primary results should be released on Friday.
This year’s ballot includes all statewide offices, half of the state Senate seats, and all state House seats. Both U.S. Senate seats are not on this year’s ballot. In the state legislature, Democrats have working majorities in both chambers and will remain in control after the general election.
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