February Special Election 2022: Winners, losers, and too close to call

UPDATE [7 PM 2-9-22] Updated Special Election Results

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., February 8, 2022 – Today was the last day hundreds of thousands of Snohomish County residents cast their ballot to vote in the 2022 Special Election for county and local elections.

Results are based on ballots counted as of Tuesday, February 9. Special Election results will be certified February 18. The Lynnwood Times will be updating the election results daily by 6 p.m.

Local Voters’ Pamphlet (PDF)

Below are the unofficial daily results for all of Snohomish County:

Darrington School District No. 330 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 57.12%
  • No – 42.88%
  • Turnout – 34.49%

Edmonds School District No. 15 Prop. 1 Levy

“Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote, and all those who volunteered to share the importance of this levy, including the Citizens for Schools committee,” said Superintendent Dr. Gustavo Balderas. “The passing of this levy will allow our district to provide each and every student we serve with the best educational opportunities to set them up for success.” 

  • Yes -61.28%
  • No – 38.72%
  • Turnout – 26.52%

“We are committed to be fiscally prudent and we appreciate our community’s longstanding history of supporting our schools,” said Dr. Nancy Katims, School Board President.

Everett School District No. 2 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 56.32%
  • No – 43.68%
  • Turnout – 24.21%

Everett School District No. 2 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 57.11%
  • No – 42.89%
  • Turnout – 24.21%

Granite Falls School District No. 332 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 45.62%
  • No – 54.38%
  • Turnout – 21.76%

Granite Falls School District No. 332 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 48.64%
  • No – 51.36%
  • Turnout – 21.76%

Index School District No. 63 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 75.44%
  • No – 24.56%
  • Turnout – 30.48%

Lake Stevens School District No. 4 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 54.72%
  • No – 45.28%
  • Turnout – 24.56%

Lake Stevens School District No. 4 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 56.85%
  • No – 43.15%
  • Turnout – 24.56%

Marysville School District No. 25 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 38.84%
  • No – 61.16%
  • Turnout – 21.19%

Marysville School District No. 25 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 41.51%
  • No – 58.49%
  • Turnout – 21.19%

Monroe School District No. 103 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 45.94%
  • No – 54.06%
  • Turnout – 24.93%

Mukilteo School District No. 6 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 55.91%
  • No – 44.09%
  • Turnout – 21.70%

Mukilteo School District No. 6 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 54.80%
  • No – 45.20%
  • Turnout – 21.70%

Northshore School District No. 417 Prop. 1 Levy (King and Snohomish counties)

  • Yes – 59.71%
  • No – 40.29%

Northshore School District No. 417 Prop. 2 BOND (Requires 60% to pass, King and Snohomish counties))

  • Yes – 60.70%
  • No -39.30%

Northshore School District No. 417 Prop. 3 Levy (King and Snohomish counties)

  • Yes – 61.37%
  • No – 38.63%

Snohomish School District No. 201 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 50.62%, 5997
  • No – 49.38%, 5851
  • Turnout – 28.92%

Snohomish School District No. 201 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 52.52%
  • No – 47.48%
  • Turnout – 28.92%

Stanwood-Camano School District No. 401 Prop. 1 Levy (Island and Snohomish counties)

  • Yes – 48.17%
  • No – 51.83%

Sultan School District No. 311 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 47.51%
  • No – 52.49%,
  • Turnout – 24.64%

Sultan School District No. 311 Prop. 2 Levy

  • Yes – 47.00%
  • No – 53.00%
  • Turnout – 24.64%

Fire District 15 Prop. 1 Levy

  • Yes – 57.16%
  • No – 42.84%
  • Turnout – 19.99%

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