Election 2019

Joyce Barnes prepares to take a photo when election results appear on a monitor Tuesday night at the Lewis County Historical Courthouse in Chehalis.

Along with races in Centralia and Chehalis, there were dozens of additional contested races for city councils, school boards, fire districts and more in smaller cities and unincorporated areas across Lewis and Thurston counties. 

Below are the preliminary results all the contested races in The Chronicle’s coverage area that are not otherwise included in reports in today’s edition. These tallies reflect the initial count. Additional counts will be released Thursday. Write-in votes are not included unless they had an impact on the outcome of a race. 

To view the full outcome of the election — including the names of dozens of candidates who ran unopposed — visit https://bit.ly/2PTuKnO for Lewis County results and https://bit.ly/36ItslB for Thurston County results. 

 

Lewis Council

Morton City Council

Position 1

Kevin Dunlap Jr. — 168 votes, 59.15 percent

Jessica Scogin — 112 votes, 39.44 percent

 

Position 4

Amanda West — 134 votes, 48.38 percent

Travis Cooper — 140 votes, 50.54 percent 

 

Napavine City Mayor 

Shawn M. O’Neill — 235 votes, 66.2 percent

Mike Wood — 109 votes, 30.7 percent 

 

Pe Ell Town Mayor 

Lonnie Willey — 85 votes, 58.22 percent

Jim Henderson — 58 votes, 39.73 percent

 

Pe Ell Town Council Position 3 

Robert (Bobby) Cox — 102 votes, 72.86 percent

Clifford (Cliff) Haley — 36 votes, 25.71 percent

 

Pe Ell Town Council Position 4

Kristi A. Milanowski — 80 votes, 57.14 percent

Don Webster — 60 votes, 42.86 percent 

 

Pe Ell Town Council Position 5 

Christopher Dodd — 78 votes, 57.35 percent

Marjorie (Midge) Church — 58 votes, 42.65 percent

 

Toledo City Mayor 

Steve Dobosh — 124 votes, 72.09 percent 

Eric Duerst — 47 votes, 27.33 percent 

 

Toledo City Council Position 3 

Carol A. Hill — 99 votes, 65.56 percent

Gary Reboin — 52 votes, 34.44 percent 

 

Vader City Mayor 

Lois M. Wilson — 76 votes, 51.7 percent

Bob (Plumbob) Goff — 68 votes, 46.26 percent

 

Vader City Council Position 1

Donna Rogers — 77 votes, 55.4 percent

Kevin Flynn — 55 votes, 39.57 percent

 

Vader City Council Position 4 

Mike Parsons — 71 votes, 51.45 percent 

Janet M. Charlton — 61 votes, 44.2 percent

 

Winlock City Council Position 1 

Brandon Svenson — 142 votes, 64.84 percent

Paul McMillan — 71 votes, 32.42 percent 

 

Winlock City Council Position 2 

Eric Contreras — 136 votes, 59.65 percent

Jeramy Allman — 92 votes, 40.35 percent

 

Winlock City Council Position 3

Lonnie J. Dowell — 142 votes, 60.68 percent 

Jodie Curtis — 91 votes, 38.89 percent

 

Morton School District Director District 1

Chase Buffington — 321 votes, 49.84 percent

Clint Scogin — 306 votes, 47.52 percent

 

Onalaska School District Director Position 4

Gabe Hamilton — 757 votes, 60.71 percent

Kirt Schmidt — 473 votes, 37.93 percent

 

White Pass School District Director District 1

Ricky (Erica) Emerson — 599 votes, 67.84 percent

Bob Bordeaux — 274 votes, 31.03 percent 

 

White Pass School District Director District 3

Joel McMahan — 726 votes, 76.66 percent

Zora DeGrandpre — 214 votes, 22.6 percent 

 

Winlock School District Director District 3

Emily Ruiz — 446 votes, 54.06 percent 

Robert (Bob) Giberson — 373 votes, 45.21 percent 

 

Onalaska Fire District 1 Commissioner Position 1

Tim Miles — 476 votes, 58.77 percent 

Carolyn (Carol) Brock — 322 votes, 39.75 percent

 

Chehalis Fire District 6 Commissioner Position 2

James (Jim) Martin — 1,136 votes, 71.22 percent 

Abraham Meyer — 434 votes, 27.21 percent 

 

Glenoma Fire District 18 Commissioner Position 3

Philip J. Pokorski — 106 votes, 57.92 percent 

Carol T. Courtney — 76 votes, 41.53 percent 

 

Hospital District 1 Commissioner District 1

Tom Herrin — 1,068 votes, 55.02 percent

Marc Fisher — 840 votes, 43.28 percent.

 

Hospital District 1 Commissioner Position 5

Wes McMahan — 1,471 votes, 72 percent 

Martin Fortin Jr. — 547 votes, 26.77 percent 

 

Chehalis Water-Sewer District 4 Commissioner Position 3

Sheila Unger — 71 votes, 56.35 percent 

Brent Goodrich — 53 votes, 42.06 percent 

 

Onalaska Water-Sewer District 5 Commissioner Position 1

Deborah Hilliard — 6 votes, 28.57 percent

Write-in — 15 votes, 71.43 percent

 

Onalaska Water-Sewer District 5 Commissioner Position 2

Jimmy Hilliard — 4 votes, 20 percent

Write-in — 16 votes, 80 percent 

 

Thurston County 

City of Tenino Mayor 

Wayne Fournier — 118 votes, 62.77 percent

Write-in — 70 votes, 37.23 percent

 

Tenino School District Board Director District 4

Tamara (Tammy) Schroder — 831 votes, 63.48 percent

Reva Rice — 461 votes, 35.22 percent 

 

Fire Protection District 12 Position 2

John E. Vanderhoof — 579 votes, 66.17 percent

John Millard — 288 votes, 32.91 percent 

 

Fire Protection District 12 Position 2

John J. O’Callahan — 507 votes, 58.68 percent 

Clayton S. Whitehead — 344 votes, 39.81 percent 

 

Port of Olympia Commissioner District 1

Joe Downing — 19,457 votes, 52.51 percent 

Helen Wheatley — 17,369 votes, 46.87 percent 

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