Incumbent Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler won 55 percent of the vote counted Tuesday night to take the primary in his re-election bid for state insurance commissioner.
The Democrat Kreidler, a former state legislator and former member of Congress, is running for his fourth term in office and bragging rights to the U.S.’s longest currently serving insurance commissioner.
Kriedler beat three challengers, with insurance broker John Adams getting the second most votes.
The two will pair off for a final race in November.
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