(Olympia, WA) -- Washington is set to elect a non-Republican secretary of state for the first time in over six decades. The latest ballot counts from last week's primary show nonpartisan candidate Julie Anderson will finish second to advance to the November general election. She'll face appointed Democratic incumbent Steve Hobbs, who placed first in the primary. Washington has not elected a non-Republican to the role since 1960.

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