Kagi, Ryu both approach 70% of 32nd District primary vote

Saturday, August 25, 2012

By Evan Smith

Incumbent 32nd District Democratic State Reps. Ruth Kagi and Cindy Ryu both advanced to the general election with almost 70 percent of the primary votes, Kagi against two Republicans, Ryu against one.

Kagi won 69.9 per cent of the primary votes to 20.1 per cent for Republican Robert Reedy, who will be her November opponent, and 10 percent for Republican Eric Alvey, who was eliminated in the primary.

Ryu won 69.9 per cent to 30.1 per cent for Republican Randy Hayden, who will be Ryu's November opponent.

The District includes Shoreline, part of northwest Seattle, Woodway, south Edmonds, Lynnwood and part of Mountlake Terrace.


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