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Published: Sunday, November 4, 2012, 9:34 a.m.

Herald editorial board's 2012 endorsements

Ballots must be dropped off or postmarked by Tuesday, Nov. 6. The reasoning behind the Editorial Board's endorsements can be read at www.heraldnet.com/opinion

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES


Barack Obama over Mitt Romney

U.S. SENATE


Maria Cantwell over Michael Baumgartner

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


1st District
Suzan DelBene over John Koster
2nd District
Rick Larsen over Dan Matthews

GOVERNOR


Rob McKenna over Jay Inslee

LT. GOVERNOR


Bill Finkbeiner over Brad Owen

ATTORNEY GENERAL


Bob Ferguson over Reagan Dunn

SECRETARY OF STATE


Kim Wyman over Kathleen Drew

COMMISIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS


Peter Goldmark over Clint Didier

TREASURER


Jim McIntire over Sharon Hanek

INSURANCE COMMISIONER


Mike Kreidler

STATE LEGISLATURE
1st DISTRICT


Senate
Dawn McCravey over Rosemary McAuliffe
House Position 1
Derek Stanford over Sandy Guinn
House Position 2
Luis Moscoso over Mark Davies

10th District


Senate
Mary Margaret Haugen over Barbara Bailey
House Position 1
Norma Smith over Aaron Simpson
House Position 2
Dave Hayes over Tom Riggs

44th DISTRICT


House Position 1
Hans Dunshee over Mark Harmsworth
House Position 2
Mike Hope over Mary McNaughton

39th DISTRICT


Senate
Kirk Pearson over Scott Olson
House Position 1
Dan Kristiansen over Linda Wright
House Position 2
Elizabeth Scott over Eleanor Walters

21st DISTRICT


House Position 1
Mary Helen Roberts
House Position 2
Marko Liias over Kevin Morrison

38th DISTRICT


House Position 1
John McCoy over Sam Wilson
House Position 2
Mike Sells over Michael Casey

COUNTY/CITY


Snohomish County PUD Commission
Kathy Vaughn over Eric Teegarden
Everett City Council
June Robinson over Scott Bader

BALLOT MEASURES


Referendum 74
Same-sex marriage
Yes
Initiative 1185
Supermajority for tax increases
No
Initiative 1240
Public charter schools
Yes
Senate Joint Resolution 8223
Investing for higher education
Yes
Senate Joint Resolution 8221
Cutting the state's debt limit
Yes

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Herald Editorial Board

Jon Bauer, Opinion Editor: jbauer@heraldnet.com

Carol MacPherson, Editorial Writer: cmacpherson@heraldnet.com

Neal Pattison, Executive Editor: npattison@heraldnet.com

Josh O'Connor, Publisher: joconnor@heraldnet.com

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