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Residence: Tacoma
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Election(s)

2022 General Election

November 8, 2022

Washington Secretary of State

Julie Anderson

Clark County
48.82% 94,917 votes
Overall
46.15% 1,187,576 votes

Steve Hobbs

Clark County
46.1% 89,634 votes
Overall
49.81% 1,281,748 votes

2022 Primary Election

August 2, 2022

Washington Secretary of State

Julie Anderson

Clark County
11.37% 15,299 votes
Overall
12.81% 240,035 votes

Tamborine Borrelli

Clark County
6.32% 8,499 votes
Overall
4.63% 86,748 votes

Kurtis Engle

Clark County
0.37% 492 votes
Overall
0.37% 6,887 votes

Bob Hagglund

Clark County
12.22% 16,443 votes
Overall
12.05% 225,633 votes

Steve Hobbs

Clark County
35.32% 32,852 votes
Overall
34.00% 45,738 votes

Mark Miloscia

Clark County
12.54% 16,871 votes
Overall
10.02% 187,774 votes

Marquez Tiggs

Clark County
8.97% 8,345 votes
Overall
9.41% 12,665 votes

Keith L. Wagoner

Clark County
13.78% 18,536 votes
Overall
12.16% 227,842 votes

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Washington Secretary of State Steve Hobbs, second from right, a Democrat, and Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson, left, running as a nonpartisan, shake hands after taking part in a debate, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, in Olympia, Wash., as moderator Melissa Santos, right, of Axios Local, looks on. Hobbs and Anderson are seeking to fill the remaining two years of the term of Republican Secretary of State Kim Wyman, who left to take a key election security job in the Biden administration. (AP Photo/Ted S.

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