Washington elections, 2012

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Elections held in the state of Washington on November 6, 2012. A nonpartisan blanket primary was held on August 7, 2012.


United States Senate[edit]

Senator Maria Cantwell won reelection.

United States House[edit]

Washington State gained a 10th Congressional seat due to the 2010 Census, and shuffled some people around. Jay Inslee ran for Governor, leaving the 1st CD seat open for both a Special Election and the November election for the 113th Congress.

The state's voters ended up deciding on 6 Democrats and 4 Republicans.

State Senate[edit]

The Democrats won on election night, but in early December two Democrats formed a conservative coalition with the Republican Caucus.

State House of Representatives[edit]

Judicial positions[edit]

Ballot measures[edit]



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