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Tag Archives: Election Night

Sara Nelson, Nikkita Oliver ahead in contest for Seattle City Council Position #9

Excerpt: In early returns, Nelson had a plurality of the vote (42.4%), trailed by Oliver (at 35%). Brianna Thomas will likely be eliminated from contention when the results are certified.
Written by:Ruairi Vaughan
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It’s a three way race, all right: Seattle City Attorney contest is simply too close to call

Excerpt: Davison is the current leader, with 34.64% and 29,401 votes. Holmes is in second place with 32.80% and 27,844 votes. Thomas-Kennedy is in third place with 32.15% and 27,288 votes. We can't yet say who will be moving on to the general election.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Teresa Mosqueda on track for reelection, with Kenneth Wilson her likely autumn opponent

Excerpt: Our polling indicated that Mosqueda would easily clinch the top spot, but also found a whopping 55% of voters undecided. Most of those not sure voters appear to have backed Mosqueda. But a significant chunk also went to a candidate who performed very poorly in our survey: Kenneth Wilson.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Bruce Harrell, Lorena González ahead in Seattle mayoral race and likely to move on

Excerpt: Harrell presently leads the fifteen candidate field with 38.23% of the vote. González is in second place with 28.55% of the vote. No other mayoral candidate is anywhere close to them. 
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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