2004 Lt. Gubernatorial Republican Primary Election Results - Washington
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Data for this Contest was Contributed by bgwah on 2007-01-19

  Lt. Gubernatorial
Popular Vote
Jim WiestRepublican 171,392 41.46%
Jim NoblesRepublican 147,498 35.68%
Scott BonifieldRepublican 94,497 22.86%
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Demographic Data

2010 Population:6,724,540Enum.2010 Population Density:39.0persons/km2
2004 Population:6,178,645Est.2004 Population Density:35.8persons/km2
2000 Population:5,894,121Enum.2000 Population Density:34.2persons/km2
Land Area (2000):172,348km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:1.3%

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  • Source for Popular Vote data: Washington Secretary of State. WASHINGTON STATE PRIMARY - SEPTEMBER 14, 2004, Washington Secretary of State (http://secstate.wa.gov/elections/voterguides/2004PrimaryResults/www.eirs-wa.org/results/state_bpe5a3.html?office=3002&ti) (accessed 19 Jan 2007)
  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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