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Last updated: 9:05 a.m. 11/24/2008  
3rd Legislative District, House Pos. 1

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. Represents central Spokane, from lower South Hill to Hillyard, East Central, Logan Neighborhood and West Central.

  • Bowen (R): 13,774 (32.64%)
  • Wood (D): 28,421 (67.36%)
3rd Legislative District, House Pos. 2

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. Represents central Spokane, from lower South Hill to Hillyard, East Central, Logan Neighborhood and West Central.

  • Novak (R): 14,655 (34.86%)
  • Ormsby (D): 27,385 (65.14%)
3rd Legislative District, Senate

About this race: One of 49 members of Senate, votes on legislation and state's budget. Serves four year term. Represents central Spokane, from lower South Hill to Hillyard, East Central, Logan Neighborhood and West Central.

  • Brown (D): 30,893 (74.46%)
  • Moyna (NP): 10,598 (25.54%)
4th Legislative District, House Pos. 1

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. Main population area is the Greater Valley, including the city of Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake and Millwood.

  • Crouse (R): 35,703 (56.39%)
  • Thompson (D): 27,614 (43.61%)
4th Legislative District, House Pos. 2

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. Main population area is the Greater Valley, including the city of Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake and Millwood.

  • Hattenburg (D): 26,301 (41.53%)
  • Shea (R): 37,032 (58.47%)
4th Legislative District, Senate

About this race: One of 49 members of Senate, votes on legislation and state's budget. Serves four year term. Main population area is the Greater Valley, including the City of Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake and Millwood.

  • McCaslin (R): 36,745 (57.50%)
  • Owens (D): 27,163 (42.50%)
5th Congressional District

About this race: Member elected to a two-year term in the U.S. House of Representatives, as established by the U.S. Constitution. Represents all or parts of 13 counties in Eastern Washington, with Spokane the most populous. It's one of nine congressional districts in the state.

  • Mays (D): 111,919 (34.73%)
  • McMorris Rodgers (R): 210,381 (65.27%)
6th Legislative District, House Pos. 1

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. 6th District includes city of Spokane and its nearby suburbs. It curves around the central core from Moran Prairie to the Whitworth Area.

  • Barlow (D): 33,050 (47.15%)
  • Parker (R): 37,050 (52.85%)
6th Legislative District, House Pos. 2

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. 6th District includes city of Spokane and its nearby suburbs. It curves around the central core from Moran Prairie to the Whitworth Area.

  • Ahern (R): 35,033 (49.95%)
  • Driscoll (D): 35,107 (50.05%)
7th Legislative District, House Pos. 1

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. 7th District is the state's largest geographically, with the north and western parts of Spokane County, all of Pend Oreille, Stevens, Lincoln, Ferry and part of Okanogan counties.

  • Madsen (R): 22,431 (42.62%)
  • Short (R): 30,201 (57.38%)
9th Legislative District, House Pos. 1

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. Ninth District covers the southeast corner of the state, including southern Spokane, Whitman, Adams, Garfield, Asotin and parts of Franklin county.

  • Caylor (D): 17,151 (34.94%)
  • Hailey (R): 31,942 (65.06%)
9th Legislative District, House Pos. 2

About this race: One of two representatives from district, one of 98 in chamber. Votes on legislation and the state budget. Serves two-year term. Ninth District covers the southeast corner of the state, including southern Spokane, Whitman, Adams, Garfield, Asotin and parts of Franklin county.

  • Kelley (D): 18,212 (36.61%)
  • Schmick (R): 31,535 (63.39%)