Over election night, the nation came out and helped Republicans retain the Senate, while Democrats took the House. Washington voters passed two of the four state measures during this year’s general election.

According to the King County Elections Office, as of 10 p.m. Tuesday night, 51.13 percent of voters turned ballots in for the midterm elections,  the most ever during an election night.

Here are the results as of election night:

• Proposition 1: Mayor Jenny Durkan’s Seattle Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Levy passed with a 68.54 percent, or 164,083 votes.

• Washington Initiative No. 1631: Concerning taxing emissions failed with 56.3 percent of the vote, or 1,093,897 votes. The initiative would have enacted a $15 per metric ton carbon emissions fee on the state’s major greenhouse gas producers in 2020, increasing by $2 annually until reduction goals were met.

•Washington Initiative 940: Police Training and Criminal Liability in Cases of Deadly Force measure passed with 59.22 percent of the vote, or 1,148,918 votes. This measure requires increased police training, including for de-escalation and first aid, and also removes language requiring proof of malice to prosecute law enforcement officers for using deadly force.

• Washington Initiative 1634: Prohibit Local Taxes on Groceries Measure passed with a 54.77 percent of the vote, or 1,059,251 votes. Backed with more than $20 million from Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper and Red Bull, this initiative sought to prevent taxing groceries, which is already prohibited in Washington state. Opponents say it will just lessen the tax authority for local municipalities. The passage of I-1634 has no effect on Seattle’s tax on sugary beverages.

• Washington Initiative 1639: Changes to Gun Ownership and Purchase Requirements Measure passed with 60.38 percent of the vote, or 1,178,577 votes. This measure raises the minimum age to purchase a gun to 21, and adds background checks, waiting periods, and storage requirements for firearm owners.

• Democratic U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell held on to her seat against Republican opponent Susan Hutchison, taking 58.63 percent of the vote, or 1,142,431 votes.

• Washington 7th Congressional District Rep. Pramila Jayapal won her re-election bid against Republican Craig Keller by 84.53 percent of the vote, or 212,533 votes.

• Steven Gonzalez won the Washington Supreme Court Position 8 race by 67.57 percent of the vote, or 1,596,335 votes. Opponent Nathan Choi.

• Washington District 36 Sen. Reuven Carlyle kept his seat against Libertarian challenger Bryan Simonson, taking the race by 89.64 percent of the vote, or 54,688 votes.

• Washington District 36 Position 2 incumbent Rep. Gael Tarleton held her seat against Libertarian candidate Matt Dubin with 87.01 percent of the vote, or 52,609 votes.

• Washington District 36 Position 1 incumbent Rep. Noel Frame defeated her Libertarian challenger Sydney Wissel with 89.2 percent of the vote, or 53,878 votes.

• King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg won his re-election by 72.16 percent of the vote, or 396,826 votes. His opponent Daron Morris, dropped out of the race earlier this year due to illness.