10th -- Democrat Jennifer Ferguson will face Republican Richard Muri.
In the secretary of state's race, Republican Kim Wyman had 39% of the vote to Democrat Kathleen Drew's 22%. Former Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels was polling only 16%. So Wyman and Drew will face off in November.
In the attorney general's race, Democrat Bob Ferguson got 52% to Republican Reagan Dunn's 38%; they will oppose each other in November.In races for the state Supreme Court, incumbent justices Susan Owens and Steve Gonzalez won more than 50% in each of their respective races and so were automatically re-elected. In the No. 9 Supreme Court race, however, Sheryl Gordon McCloud had 32% to former Justice Richard B. Sanders' 27%, so they will face off in November.
State Schools Superintendent Randy Dorn got more than 50% of the vote to win automatic re-election.
Secretary of State Sam Reed predicted a 46 percent turnout for Tuesday's primary. But only about half the ballots are expected to be returned and counted by Election Night. Voters were able to cast ballots by mail as long as the postmark was dated Tuesday.
In King County, a proposed levy to rebuild the Juvenile Court and Detention Center was winning but only by a 52-47% vote. A proposed levy for the Seattle library system won 62% to 38%.
In South King County, a proposed levy for the Fire Services was winning 61-39%.
In Renton, voters gave a 76% yes to building the new library on the current library's site.
If you wish to track the progress of your ballot in King County, click here.
More results will be released Wednesday afternoon, with final results expected to be issued Aug. 21.
McKenna and Inslee are scheduled to debate at WSU’s Vancouver, Wash., campus on Aug. 29. Tickets are free and will be distributed by the Vancouver Chamber of Commerce starting Aug. 16.