Washington Candidates

Below are the candidates running for open positions in the 2018 general election. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th. Get out and vote!

US Senate

The US Senate is one of two chambers of the federal legislature. Senators are responsible for writing and passing legislation, approving presidential appointments, and ratifying treaties with foreign countries.

U.S. Senate - Washington

US House Of Representatives

US House of Representatives is one of two chambers for the federal legislature. Representatives begin the legislation process, offer amendments, and serve on committees

Congressional District 10

Congressional District 1

Congressional District 2

Congressional District 3

Congressional District 4

Congressional District 5

Congressional District 6

Congressional District 7

Congressional District 8

Congressional District 9

State Legislative Upper House

Legislative authority and responsibilities include passing bills on public policy matters, setting levels for state spending, raising and lowering taxes, and voting to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes.

District 13

District 15

District 21

District 26

District 29

District 30

District 31

District 32

District 33

District 34

District 35

District 36

District 37

District 38

Washington State Senate - District 39 (Unexpired Term)

District 42

District 43

District 44

District 45

District 46

District 47

District 48

District 6

District 7

District 8

State Legislative Lower House

Legislative authority and responsibilities include passing bills on public policy matters, setting levels for state spending, raising and lowering taxes, and voting to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes.

District 10A

District 10B

District 11A

District 11B

District 12A

District 12B

District 13A

District 13B

District 14A

District 14B

District 15A

District 15B

District 16A

District 16B

District 17A

District 17B

District 18A

District 18B

District 19A

District 19B

District 1A

District 1B

District 20A

District 20B

District 21A

District 21B

District 22A

District 22B

District 23A

District 23B

District 24A

District 24B

District 25A

District 25B

District 26A

District 26B

District 27A

District 27B

District 28A

District 28B

District 29A

District 29B

District 2A

District 2B

District 30A

District 30B

District 31A

District 31B

District 32A

District 32B

District 33A

District 33B

District 34A

District 34B

District 35A

District 35B

District 36A

District 36B

District 37A

District 37B

District 38A

District 38B

District 39A

District 39B

District 3A

District 3B

District 40A

District 40B

District 41A

District 41B

District 42A

District 42B

District 43A

District 43B

District 44A

District 44B

District 45A

District 45B

District 46A

District 46B

District 47A

District 47B

District 48A

District 48B

District 49A

District 49B

District 4A

District 4B

District 5A

District 5B

District 6A

District 6B

District 7A

District 7B

District 8A

District 8B

District 9A

District 9B

Judicial Supreme Court

Judge of the Washington Supreme Court - Position 2

Judge of the Washington Supreme Court - Position 8

Judge of the Washington Supreme Court - Position 9

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The Washington State Supreme Court serves as the state's highest court and receives cases from the Appellate and Superior courts. It will however generally grant review only if the case involves a question of conflicting appellate court decisions, an important constitutional question, or a question of substantial public importance. Its opinions are published, become the law of the state, and set precedent for subsequent cases decided in Washington.

District 3

District 1

District 2

Judicial Appellate Court

Judge of Appeals Court - Division 1 - District 1 - Position 4

Judge of Appeals Court - Division 1 - District 1 - Position 7

Judge of Appeals Court - Division 2 - District 1 - Position 3

Judge of Appeals Court - Division 2 - District 2 - Position 2

Judge of Appeals Court - Division 3 - District 3 - Position 2

Judicial Circuit Court (1)

Superior Courts enjoy general jurisdiction. Presiding judges, with the help of an administrator or manager, oversees operations and serve as the court's spokesperson. Superior Courts also have authority to hear cases appealed from courts of limited jurisdiction.

Judge of District Court - Adams County - Position 1

Judge of Superior Court - Benton, Franklin - Position 5

Judge of Superior Court - Chelan - Position 2

Judge of Superior Court - Chelan - Position 3

Judge of Superior Court - Cowlitz - Position 5

Judge of Superior Court - Grays Harbor - Position 3

Judge of Superior Court - King - Position 22

Judge of Superior Court - King - Position 38

Judge of Superior Court - King - Position 53

Judge of Superior Court - King - Position 9

Judge of Superior Court - Mason - Position 2

Judge of Superior Court - San Juan - Position 1

Judge of Superior Court - Skagit - Position 2

Judge of Superior Court - Spokane - Position 10