The Toledo High School Bond levy passed. Toledo will be getting a new high school with the passing of the bond at 72.66% approval and 27.34% rejecting it.
Castle Rock School district improvement bond failed with 65.06% rejecting it and only 34.94% approving it.
The Lewis County Home Charter rule failed with a 55.04% voting no and 44.96% voting yes, therefore there will be no freeholders representing different districts.
The countywide transit measure was rejected with a 64.53% against and 35.47% for, which means transit will only continue in the twin city area and will not be expanded countywide.
Initiatives in the state were a surprise to many in the county, Initiative 1631 which concerns pollution was rejected with 56.5% saying no. Initiative 1634 taxation on certain food items for human consumption received 55.46% yes and 44.54% no. The firearms Initiative 1639 passed in the state with 59.81% yes votes to the 40.19% of no votes. Initiative 940 which deals with de-escalation for law enforcement passed at 59.55% versus the 40.45% no. The repealing of Senate Bill 6269 was 74.73% vs 25.27% maintaining.
The State Senate race between Cantwell and Hutchinson found Cantwell winning with 58.67% of the votes to Hutchinson's 41.33% of the votes. While Representative Jaime Herrera-Butler won over Carolyn Long by 52.86% to Long's 47.14%.
District race 19, position 1 is very close with Walsh at 50.48% and Frasier at 49.52%. District 19, pos 2 winner is Brian Blake at 54% to Joel McEntire 46%. District 20, position 1, Richard Debolt won at 62.25% while John Thompson received 37.75% of the votes. District 20 position 2, Ed Orcutt beat out Bailey at 64.12% to 35.88% and County Assessor Diane Dorey won over Amanda Price with 53.9% of the votes to Price's 46.1%. County Commissioner race between Gary Stamper and Jerry Pratt ended with Stamper having 64.86% of the votes and Pratt at 32.14% of the votes.
Several positions were unopposed such as Rob Snaza for Sheriff, Warren McLeod, Coroner, Jonathan Meyers, Prosecuting Attorney and County Treasurer Amy Davis. Two Judges also ran unopposed they were Wade Samuelson and R.W. Buzzard.
These are the vote tallies as of November 8, 2018, the next count of votes will be on the 26th of November and the election should be certified shortly thereafter.