SPOKANE, Wash. — Incumbent Rep. Matt Shea won District 4's State House of Representatives seat.
He was running against Ted Cummings.
Shea won with 58 percent of the vote with 51 percent of precincts reporting.
Shea is a five-term representative for the state's Fourth District. Shea's Libertarian views and strong political statements have resonated with voters in Eastern Washington. He has also and drawn criticism from others, including local Republican officials.
Shea raised more than $107,000 for his re-election campaign, according to Public Disclosure Commission filings. Most of Shea’s contributions came from political action committees, followed closely by businesses. Some of his contributors asked for their donations back after they reviews Shea's social media activity.