Live updates: 2022 Washington state midterm elections

The polls are closed in Washington state. Check here for the latest results in the races for Congress, state Legislature and more.

A stack of ballots reads I voted

An American flag and the words "I voted" are pictured on ballot stubs on Election Day at the Pierce County Election Center in Tacoma, Wash. on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. (Jason Redmond for Crosscut)

The first ballots cast in the Nov. 8 general election are being processed and election officials have begun posting results. The totals so far are below.  

More votes will be released every afternoon this week at around 4 p.m. Washington counties will certify their results on Nov. 29 and send them to the Washington Secretary of State’s Office, which has until Dec. 8 to certify statewide results. 

For more detailed results, visit the King County election results page or the Secretary of State’s Office website for statewide totals. If you still have questions about voting in Washington or the status of your ballot, check out the FAQ section of the Crosscut Voter Guide.

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