Did you vote in the primary election on Tuesday? Thousands of ballots were counted on Tuesday night with a 15.42% turnout.

MORE BALLOT COUNTING HAPPENS TODAY

More ballots will be counted Wednesday in the Yakima County Auditors Office as some races may hinge on ballots counted in the coming days. Yakima County Auditor Charles Ross says he expects a 25% to 28% turnout. Traditionally the turnout is low for a primary election.

2019  13,026   28%

2017  10,083   24%

2015  10,613   26%

2013  13,706   25%

2011  13,229   26%

Not everyone received a ballot for the primary election. Only those areas that had two or more candidates in a race received a ballot. 89, 400 ballots were issued for the primary and so far almost 16% have been returned. Many ballots are waiting in drop boxes around the county and more will arrive in the days ahead in the mail. Counting will continue until the end of the month when the election will the certified and all the counting is finished.

YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IN THE GENERAL ELECTION

Are you now enthused to vote in the upcoming general election? Are you registered to vote? If you are not registered to vote remember you can register to vote on the secretary of state's website or you can walk into the Yakima County Auditors Office inside the Yakima County Courthouse and register. There's no deadline to register you can wait until the day of the election if you want.

YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL RESULTS AND A LINK FOR OTHER RESULTS

District 2

Danny Herrera 32.66%

Edgar Hernandez 25.14%

District 4

Janice Deccio 41.47%

Mark Shervey 29.64%

District 6

Lisa Wallace 40.75%

Matt Brown 38.82%

Yakima County Commission
District 3

Autumn Torres 46.67%

LaDon Linde 51.29%

For other primary election results click

https://www.yakimacounty.us/170/Elections

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