On Tuesday Eastern Washington residents voted to retain Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) as U.S. Representative. She defeated her opponent, Lisa Brown, by 11.9 percent.
In a win for Democrats, Maria Cantwell was able to keep her seat in the Senate, defeating Susan Hutchison by about 17 percent.
In a controversial race, incumbent Rep. Matt Shea of Spokane Valley, who made headlines in recent days for his “Biblical Basis for War” manifesto, beat his opponent Ted Cummings by 6,333 votes.
Read full election results here.
Nationally, Democrats captured the House and Republicans will hold the Senate majority.
SpokaneFāVS wants to know, how are you feeling about the Midterm Elections results?
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