For the Washington Legislature, Republican House incumbents easily prevailed in District 9.
Mary Dye of Pomeroy beat Democrat Jenn Goulet 68 percent to 32 percent, while Joe Schmick turned away Matthew Sutherland 64 percent to 36 percent.
Statewide, however, Democrats increased their majority in the House, with projections showing a gain of seven seats.
Two seats were decided for the Asotin County Public Utilities District. In the Position 2 race, Don Nuxoll defeated Steve Becker 57 percent to 43 percent, while Position 3 went to Greg McCall, who garnered nearly 57 percent of the vote over Janet Hicks.
City of Asotin voters are voting no on a property tax levy to pay for basic police, fire, and other services, with nearly 62 percent no votes.
An Emergency Services Levy for the City of Clarkston is passing with 66 percvent of the vote, while voters in the Asotin-Anatone School District are passing a capital levy, with 56-point-4 percent yes votes. (Washington Secretary of State’s Office)