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Primary round-up: LGBTQ candidates in Washington, Missouri and Michigan

Above: US Congressional candidate Brady Walkinshaw with his husband. Walkinshaw advanced to the general election.
Many of our candidates were victorious in their primaries last week, while a few did not advance. Our round-up from the primaries in Washington, Missouri and Michigan are below.
Washington: 
Brady Walkinshaw advanced to the general election for U.S. Congress with 21.2% (38,780) of the vote.
Tina Podlodowski advanced to the general election for Secretary of State with 45.74% (352,873) of the vote.
Marko Liias did not advance in his race for State Treasurer, having earned 18.33% (135,514) of the vote.
Dave Upthegrove did not advance in his race for Commissioner of Public Lands, having earned 13.53% (101,396) of the vote. 
Mary Yu advanced to the general for reelection to the state Supreme Court. Yu was unopposed in the primary. 
Laurie Jinkins advanced to the general for reelection to State House, Dist. 27. Jinkins was unopposed in the primary.
Christine Kilduff advanced to the general for State House, Dist. 28, with 50.81% (8,276) of the vote.
Johanna Bender and Anthony Gipe both advanced in their races for King County Superior Court. Both were unopposed in the primary.
Robert Gelder advanced to the general for reelection as Kitsap County Commissioner. Gelder was unopposed in the primary.
Missouri:
Greg Razer advanced in his race for State House, Dist. 25. Razer was unopposed in the primary.
Randy Dunn advanced in his race for State House, Dist. 23, with 78.37% (1,703) of the vote.
Michigan: 
Brian McGrain advanced in his race for Ingham County Commissioner with 58.29% (932) of the vote.
Jon Hoadley advanced in his reelection to State House, Dist. 60. Hoadley was unopposed in the primary.
Jeremy Moss advanced in his reelection to State House, Dist. 35. Moss was unopposed in the primary.
Brian Stone did not advance in his race for State House, Dist. 15, with 29.28% (2,717) of the vote (second place).  

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