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Kitsap County commissioner canndidate Charlotte Garrido, Robert Gelder, Linda Simpson, Chris Tibbs. - Courtesy photo
Kitsap County commissioner canndidate Charlotte Garrido, Robert Gelder, Linda Simpson, Chris Tibbs.
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As the presidential results roll in and CNN projects President Barack Obama will be reelected, Kitsap County appears to be sending the two incumbent commissioners back to their seats.

In District No. 1 Robert Gelder is leading challenger Chris Tibbs 55.19 percent to 44.60 percent in the first round of returns.

District No. 2 Charlotte Garrido, the incumbent, leads Linda Simpson 52.49 to 47.26 percent.

In 2nd Congressional District Democrat Derek Kilmer lead Bill Driscoll 52.52 to 42.28 percent.

In the governor's race Democrat Jay Inslee is leading Rob McKenna 51 percent to 48 percent.

For attorney general, Bob Ferguson leads Reagan Dunn 53-47 percent.

The measure to legalize marijuana is passing as is the same-sex marriage and charter school measures

 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST 1

206/206    100.00%

Vote Count    Percent

- Robert ''Rob'' Gelder    39,448    55.19%

- Chris Tibbs    31,883    44.60%

Write-In    148    0.21%

Total    71,479    100.00%

 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST 2

206/206    100.00%

Vote Count    Percent

- Linda Simpson    33,906    47.26%

- Charlotte Garrido    37,659    52.49%

Write-In    176    0.25%

Total    71,741    100.00%

 

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE CONG DIST 6

206/206    100.00%

Vote Count    Percent

- Derek Kilmer    42,852    57.52%

- Bill Driscoll    31,504    42.28%

Write-In    149    0.20%

Total    74,505    100.00%

 

 

 

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