An incumbent Republican was fending off a Democratic challenger in the race for a state House seat representing the Ninth Legislative District seat.
Rep. Mary Dye, a Pomeroy Republican, had 18,946 votes, 67percent.
Jennifer Goulet, a Pasco Democrat, had 9,202 votes, or 33 percent.
The 9th District extends from Othello to the southeastern corner of Washington, and includes west Pasco and rural Franklin County.
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The term for the Position 1 seat is two years.
Dye is a wheat farmer who was appointed to the House seat in 2015. She ran to finish the term last November. She was a Republican committeewoman for Garfield County before becoming joining the Legislature.
Goulet works at the HAMMER Federal Training Center in Richland. She is co-founder and president of the Tri-City Freethinkers and serves on the board of Planned Parenthood.