It may be a few days before we know whether Seattle voters want to create a new park district.
Prop. 1 would create a vote district to replace voter approved levies as the way to fund projects and maintenance. The measure was ahead Tuesday night by four percentage points 52%-48%, but without about half the expected votes still in the mail, it's still too early to say which way the vote will go.
Decision 2014: Washington Primary Full Election Results
Here are the results so far of a few key races:
DelBene advances in 1st District primary
Democrat Suzan DelBene easily advanced to the general election in the 1st District Congressional primary.
Republicans Pedro Celis and Robert J. Sutherland were leading other contenders for a place on the November ballot, but it was too close to call in early returns Tuesday.
DelBene, a freshman representative and former Microsoft executive, stressed her work building bipartisan support for things such as immigration reform and agriculture.
Washington's 1st Congressional District was drawn up during the latest redistricting process to be a tossup for Republicans and Democrats. It stretches from eastern King County areas such as the wealthy enclave of Medina all the way to the northern border.
Larsen advances through 2nd District primary
Democratic U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen has advanced to the general election in the 5th District Congressional primary.
Larsen moves to the November ballot along with Republican B.J. Guillot, who was leading other contenders for second place in Tuesday's primary.
The 2nd District spans the northern part of western Washington from north King County to just north of Bellingham, and includes the San Juan Islands. Larsen has represented the district since 2001.
Herrera Beutler advances in 3rd District primary
Republican Jaime Herrera Beutler has advanced through the 3rd District Congressional primary and will appear on the November ballot.
Herrera Beutler advances along with Democrat Bob Dingethal, who was leading other contenders for second place in Tuesday's primary. Herrera Beutler was first elected to the district in 2010.
Washington's 3rd Congressional District spans southwest Washington from just north of Centralia south to the Columbia River, including the city of Vancouver, and includes and includes all or parts of Thurston, Lewis, Pacific, Wahkiakum, Cowlitz, Clark, Skamania and Klickitat counties.
McMorris Rodgers advances in 5th District
Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers easily advanced to the general election in the 5th District Congressional primary.
McMorris Rodgers, who has represented the large eastern Washington district since 2005, is the chair of the House Republican Conference. She's the fourth highest-ranking Republican in the chamber.
Democrat Joseph Pakootas was leading other contenders for second in Tuesday's primary race to advance to the November ballot. Pakootas is the Colville Tribal council chairman.
The 5th District stretches from Walla Walla in the southeastern portion of the state to the Canadian border.
Kilmer advances in 6th District primary
Democrat Derek Kilmer advanced to the general election in the 6th District Congressional primary.
Kilmer is a freshman representative who succeeded retiring longtime congressman Norm Dicks in 2012.
Republican Marty McClendon was leading other contenders for second in the race to advance to the November election. McClendon campaigned on repealing the new federal health care law, which Kilmer supports.
Kilmer and McClendon have faced off before. In 2010 Kilmer defeated McClendon in a state Senate race.
Washington's 6th Congressional District includes Tacoma, much of the Kitsap Peninsula and the Olympic Peninsula.
McDermott advances through 7th District primary
Longtime Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim McDermott has easily advanced to the general election in the 7th District Congressional primary.
McDermott will appear on the November ballot. It was too early to tell in early voting in Tuesday's primary who his opponent would be in the general election.
McDermott is the longest-serving member of the state's congressional delegation. He is seeking his 14th term.
The 7th District represents much of Seattle as well as Vashon Island, Edmonds, Shoreline and Burien.
Reichert advances through 8th District primary
ISSAQUAH, Wash. - Republican U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert has advanced through the 8th District Congressional primary and will appear on the November ballot.
Reichert was winning the early vote in Tuesday's primary and advances to the general election. Democrat Jason Ritchie was leading other contenders for second place.
The 8th District represents parts of Pierce and King counties and east of the mountains, Chelan and Kittitas counties. Reichert has represented the district for a decade.
Smith advances in 9th District primary
Democratic U.S. Rep. Adam Smith has advanced to the general election in the 9th District Congressional primary.
Smith advances to the general election along with Republican Doug Basler, who was finishing second after early returns from Tuesday's primary.
The 9th District represents a narrow corridor of Pierce and King counties, running from part of Tacoma in the south up to Bellevue in the north.
Smith has represented the district since 1997. During his last re-election bid in 2012, Smith won with nearly 72 percent of the district's vote.
Heck advances in 10th District primary
Democratic U.S. Rep. Denny Heck has advanced through the 10th District Congressional primary and will appear on the November ballot.
Former Republican state legislator Joyce McDonald was leading other contenders for second place in Tuesday's primary election.
The 10th District is the state's newest, created during redistricting in 2012. It encompasses most of Thurston County and some of Pierce County. Heck won the seat in 2012 with nearly 59 percent of the vote.