First election results released on Tuesday

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

The first results were released for the November general election on Tuesday, November 7. King County elections will continue to release updated results each weekday. Final results will not be certified until November 28.

County
  • Metropolitan King County Proposition No. 1 Levy Lid Lift for Veterans, Seniors and Vulnerable Populations is passing 66% to 34%.
  • Metropolitan King County Executive Dow Constantine has 75% of the vote.
  • Metropolitan King County Sheriff - challenger Mitzi Johanknecht is leading incumbent John Urquhart 51 to 48%
  • County Council District No. 1 Rod Dembowski is running unopposed.
Courts
  • Court of Appeals, Division 1, District 1 Judge Position 2 - incumbent Michael Spearman has 75% of the vote.
  • Court of Appeals, Division 1, District 1 Judge Position 5 - David Mann is running unopposed.
Port
  • Port Of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 1 - incumbent John Creighton is leading challenger Ryan Calkins 51 - 48%
  • Port Of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 3 - incumbent Stephanie Bowman has 66% of the vote.
  • Port Of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 4 - Peter Steinbrueck leads with 62%
City of Lake Forest Park
  • Council Position 1 - Semra Riddle running unopposed
  • Council Position 3 - incumbent John Wright has 52% - challenger Ben Gonzalez O'Brien 48%
  • Council Position 5 - Mark Phillips running unopposed
  • Council Position 7 - incumbent Mark Resha has a write-in opponent but those votes are not tallied yet
City of Shoreline
  • Council Position 1 - incumbent Keith McGlashan has 60% of the vote to challenger Jin-Ah Kim's 40%
  • Council Position 3 - incumbent Will Hall is running unopposed
  • Council Position 5 - Susan Chang has 76% to Carolyn Ahlgreen's 24%
  • Council Position 6 - Chris Roberts is running unopposed
Shoreline School Board
  • Director District 2 - Heather Fralick 54% - Jill Brady 46%
  • Director District 3 - incumbent David Wilson 62% - challenger Steven Pollak 38%
Fire District Commissioner
  • Shoreline incumbents Jon Kennison and David Harris running unopposed
  • Northshore Rick Verlinda 66% - John Buller 35%
Water District Commissioner
  • LFP Water District - David Hammond running unopposed
  • North City - Ron Ricker running unopposed
Ronald Wastewater Commissioner
  • Position 1 - Bob Ransom running unopposed
  • Position 5 - Wes Brandon 60% - Paul Barrera 40%
Northshore Utility District
  • Position 1 - Trudy Rolla 54% - Chris Kuehn 46%
  • Position 3 - Matt Breysse 54% - Ed Wiggins 46%
  • Position 4 - Bruce Gardiner running unopposed


2 comments:

Anonymous November 8, 2017 at 1:38 PM  

Just what we need is more bike lanes. As the council states is to encourage more bike riders, and not to meet the needs of the few that actually ride in those new lanes. The latter would be the more logical way to spend our tax money. Taking parking spaces away from the many taxpayers is bad for city morale. Better communication on city changes is what we actually need, and not finding out after the fact and the tax dollars are already spent. Growth at what cost?

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