UPDATE: Washington Election Results

Source: Brad Boswell, CleanTech Alliance Lobbyist, November 5, 2019. 206.300.6270, brad@boswellconsulting.org.

Seattle City Council 

Boswell Consulting

Today we saw some significant changes in the Seattle City Council results as many of the business backed candidates lost ground. Most notably in District 3 Kshama Sawant closed the gap between her and Egan Orion to 739 votes, gaining 6 percentage points over where she was yesterday. Orion now only leads by two percentage points. Also notable in District 7, Andrew Lewis took the lead over Jim Pugel. Recounts take place if the candidates are separated by 0.5% or by less than 2000 votes.

District 1 (West Seattle/South Park)

  • Lisa Herbold: 53.53%
  • Phil Tavel: 46.11%

District 2 (Southeast Seattle/Georgetown)

  • Tammy Morales: 58.02%
  • Mark Solomon: 41.53%

District 3 (Central Seattle)

  • Egan Orion: 51.02%
  • Kashama Sawant: 48.56%

District 4 (Northeast Seattle)

  • Alex Pedersen: 55.04%
  • Shaun Scott: 44.65%

District 5 (North Seattle)

  • Debora Juarez: 59.17%
  • Ann Davison Sattler: 40.47%

District 6 (Northwest Seattle) 

  • Dan Strauss: 53.8%
  • Heidi Wills: 45.72%

District 7 (Pioneer Square to Magnolia) 

  • Andrew J. Lewis: 50.52%
  •  Jim Pugel: 49.04%

King County Council 

District 2

  • Girmay Zahilay: 58.54%
  • Larry Gosset: 41.08%

District 4

  • Jeanne Kohl-Welles: 74.19%
  • Abigail Doerr: 25.2%

District 6

  • Claudia Balducci: 78.03%
  • Bill Hirt: 21.65%

District 8

  • Joe McDermott: 83.08%
  • Michael Robert Neher: 16.46%

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