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.
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.