I am not finding any news on Washington's election but Alexander Burns (Politico) covers Maine:
Maine could become the first state to endorse gay marriage by popular referendum Tuesday, as voters head to the polls to decide whether to repeal a recently passed law legalizing unions between people of the same gender.
One year after California's Proposition 8 struck down gay marriage in the largest state in the Union, this sparsely populated New England state has become the latest battleground in the debate over the definition of marriage, offering supporters of same-sex marriage the chance for a political breakthrough and giving opponents an opening to thwart gay rights advances in the heart of the deep-blue Northeast.
While I'm not finding any news on the results in Washington, I did find something about the other Washington (DC). This is from Jeff Greer's "Antigay Violence Rattles Georgetown" (US News & World Reports):
Georgetown University and its students are searching for answers after two assaults in which assailants allegedly used antigay slurs rocked the school's Washington campus this weekend.
The most recent attack, which took place early Sunday morning, prompted the second student gathering within a week to show support for the victims of the assaults, the Washington Post reports. Georgetown students, faculty, and staff met in the middle of campus Monday and listened to representatives of student organizations and a university vice president speak, the report says.
"A lot of people are really hurt and are trying to figure out what the next step is," Robert Byrne, a Georgetown junior who organized Monday's Vigil Against Assault, told the Post. "We want to use this time as a healing moment and to express solidarity with the victims."
And that's why we struggle for equality to this day. Being attacked for being gay is not a thing of the past. Keep watching for the results from Washington and Maine.
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"