Not much change in election results on second day of counting

Thursday, November 9, 2017

The numbers increased but the percentages stayed pretty constant in local races.

In Lake Forest Park Council Position 3, incumbent John Wright remains 4 percentage points ahead of challenger Ben Gonzalez O'Brien. Vote count is 1083 to 991.

In Position 7, John Resha remains the only candidate with votes being recorded. He had a last minute opponent, Nick Negulescu, who waged a write-in campaign.

Shoreline councilmember Keith McGlashan in Position 3 has a comfortable 20% lead on challenger Jin-Ah Kim, 4369 to 2973.

For the open seat in Position 5, Susan Chang has a lopsided 75% of the vote over Carolyn Ahlgreen, 5498 to 1700.

In the Shoreline School Board races, incumbent David Wilson has 62% of the vote against newcomer Steven Pollak.

In the race for the open District 2 seat, Heather Fralick is 660 votes ahead of Jill Brady.

In the contested District Commissioner races:
  • Northshore Fire: Rick Verlinda is ahead of John Buller 2957 to 1541.
  • Ronald Wastewater: Wes Brandon has 60% of the vote against Paul Barrera.
  • Northshore Utility: 
    • Trudy Rolla 5305 - Chris Kuehn 4510
    • Matt Breysse 5322 - Ed Wiggins 4551  
King County as a whole has 1,279,345 registered voters. 391,638 ballots were cast.

The elections office has counted 328,478 ballots, with 63,160 left. The next vote count will be released on Thursday afternoon at 4pm.


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