The election isn’t over yet

Here are the most recent set of statewide and countywide measure results for the November 08, 2011 General Election as last reported by the Pierce County Auditor’s Office. The report was issued 11/15/2011 at  4:12 p.m. and showed a voter turnout of 49.25%. The Auditor’s Office only has approximately 75 ballots on hand left to count and the next count is scheduled for tomorrow at 4 p.m. The election will be certified November 29.

State Measures
Statewide Initiative Measure 1125
Concerning state expenditures on transportation.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
99,918 50.21%
No
99,073 49.79%
Total Votes 198,991 100%
Statewide Initiative Measure 1163
Concerning long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
133,932 67.22%
No
65,311 32.78%
Total Votes 199,243 100%
Statewide Initiative Measure 1183
Concerning liquor: beer, wine, and spirits (hard liquor).
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
122,472 60.35%
No
80,448 39.65%
Total Votes 202,920 100%
Statewide Senate Joint Resolution 8205
Concerning the length of time a voter must reside in Washington to vote for president and vice president.
Measure Vote Vote %
Approved
132,704 68.46%
Rejected
61,145 31.54%
Total Votes 193,849 100%
Statewide Senate Joint Resolution 8206
Concerning the budget stabilization account maintained in the state treasury.
Measure Vote Vote %
Approved
126,502 66.3%
Rejected
64,311 33.7%
Total Votes 190,813 100%

 

Countywide Measures
COUNTY Proposition No. 1 Sales And Use Tax For Improvements To Pierce County’s 9-1-1 Emergency Communication System
Measure Vote Vote %
Approved
109,664 55.14%
Rejected
89,205 44.86%
Total Votes 198,869 100%

For a full set of results, see here http://vote.wa.gov/results/20111108/pierce/