After Taking the Weekend Off, Washington State Should Be Updating Midterm Election Vote Count Tonight

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on August 8, 2022

The officials who count votes in Washington State do not work weekends, they paused ballot counting last Friday but should have continued again this morning.

It sounds bizarre to even say this, but that is the status of current elections in Washington State – and the residents appear to be okay with it.  The election was six days ago, and the counting of the votes is still not completed.

There should be an update tonight and we are cautiously hopeful that republican primary challenger Joe Kent might take the lead over Decepticon incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler.

When they stopped counting votes last Friday, Joe Kent had pulled within 257 votes of defeating Herrera-Beutler.

According to People’s Pundit [SEE HERE] most of the outstanding votes yet to be counted come from election day voting.   Mr. Kent was winning on election day voting in every county within Washington State’s third congressional district (WA, CD-03).

The link to Washington State Vote Totals – IS HERE

Washington State has a jungle primary voting system where the top two candidate’s face-off in the general election.

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