Governor At-Large Run-Off Election Results
The Governor At-Large Run-Off election closed at 5 p.m. PST on Thursday, June 15. The election results are as follows:
|Tom Ahearne||1,423 votes||51.2%|
|Kim Sandher||1,356 votes||48.8%|
The total voter turnout was 8.06%.
Governor At-Large Election Results
The Governor At-Large election closed at 5 p.m. PST on Thursday, June 1. The election results are as follows:
|Tom Ahearne||884 votes||41.72%|
|Nancy Hawkins||414 votes||19.54%|
|Kim Sandher||821 votes||38.74%|
The total voter turnout was 6.15%.
Per WSBA Bylaws, 'if there are more than two candidates, and if no candidate receives more than 50% of the total vote, the two candidates receiving the highest number of votes will participate in a run-off election. Therefore, candidates Tom
Ahearne and Kim Sandher will move forward in a run-off election.
More Information About this Governor At Large Position:
Per WSBA Bylaws, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council "shall forward at least three candidates who have a lived experience and knowledge of the needs of those members whose membership is or may be historically underrepresented in governance, to the end that the Board of Governors will be a more diverse and representative body than the results of the election of Governors based solely on Congressional districts may allow. Diversity refers to a meaningful representation of, and equal opportunities for, individuals who have a lived experience as a member from one or more historically underrepresented communities in the legal profession. Underrepresentation encompasses and is not limited to, race, disability, age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression."
Governor Congressional District Election Results
District 3: Allison Widney declared winner.
District 6: Todd A. Bloom is the winner.
|Todd A. Bloom||223 votes||75.3%|
|Kenneth Henrikson||73 votes||24.7%|
|The total voter turnout was: 9.5%.|
District 7North: Governor Matthew Dresden declared winner.
District 8: Kristina Larry is the winner.
|Paul C. Burton||19 votes||10.4%|
|Erik Kaeding||60 votes||33.0%|
|Kristina Larry||103 votes||56.6%|
|The total voter turnout was: 7.7%|