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2019 election results for Seattle, King County and more

The eighth round of ballots dropped Thursday, Nov. 14. Here's what they show.

Tammy Morales celebrates at her election party in Columbia City

Seattle City Council District 2 candidate Tammy Morales speaks with a supporter at the end of her election night party at the Royal Room in Seattle on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. Early returns showed Morales leading over Mark Solomon for the position. Lindsey Wasson for Crosscut

Results from the November 5 general election are in. Ballots will continue to trickle in, with updates every day at 4 p.m. Below is an indication of how two statewide ballot initiatives and races for Seattle City Council, King County Council, the Port of Seattle and the Seattle School District are shaping up.

This round of election results was updated on Nov. 14 at 4:45 p.m.

City of Seattle, Council District 1

Lisa Herbold: 55.72% (19,913 votes)

Phillip Tavel: 43.9% (15,691 votes)

City of Seattle, Council District 2 

Mark Solomon: 39.06% (10,529 votes)

Tammy Morales: 60.45% (16,295 votes)

City of Seattle, Council District 3

Egan Orion: 47.75% (20,369 votes)

Kshama Sawant: 51.78% (22,087 votes)

City of Seattle, Council District 4

Alex Pedersen: 52.02% (16,822 votes)

Shaun Scott: 47.63% (15,403 votes)

City of Seattle, Council District 5

Debora Juarez: 60.6% (19,421 votes)

Ann Davison Sattler: 39.03% (12,507 votes)

City of Seattle, Council District 6

Dan Strauss: 55.61% (23,692 votes)

Heidi Wills: 43.88% (18,695 votes)

City of Seattle, Council District 7

Jim Pugel: 46.59% (16,038 votes)

Andrew J. Lewis: 52.95% (18,230 votes)


 

Metropolitan King County, Council District No. 2

Girmay Zahilay: 60.26% (43,848 votes)

Larry Gossett: 39.33% (28,620 votes)

Metropolitan King County, Council District No. 4

Abigail Doerr: 25.45% (21,855 votes)

Jeanne Kohl-Welles: 73.94% (63,496 votes)

Metropolitan King County, Council District No. 6

Bill Hirt: 20.85% (11,461 votes)

Claudia Balducci: 78.83% (43,331 votes)

Metropolitan King County, Council District No. 8

Joe McDermott: 83.69% (56,488 votes)

Michael Robert Neher: 15.82% (10,678 votes)


 

King County Proposition No. 1, Medic One Levy

Yes: 80.8% (498,990 votes)

No: 19.2% (118,586 votes)

King County, Director of Elections

Julie Wise: 80.41% (434,535 votes)

Mark Greene: 19.25% (104,046 votes)


 

Port of Seattle, Commissioner Position No. 2

Sam Cho: 60.75% (327,748 votes)

Grant Degginger: 38.7% (208,753 votes)

Port of Seattle, Commissioner Position No. 5

Fred Felleman: 71.88% (379,013 votes)

Garth Jacobson: 27.71% (146,121 votes)


 

Seattle School District, Director District 1

Liza Rankin: 55.37% (120,987 votes)

Eric Blumhagen: 44.2% (96,569 votes)

Seattle School District, Director District 2

Lisa Rivera Smith: 98.5% (152,329 votes)

Seattle School District, Director District 3

Chandra Hampson: 66.22% (143,159 votes)

Rebecca Muniz: 33.27% (71,929 votes)

Seattle School District, Director District 6

Leslie S. Harris: 65.83% (141,520 votes)

Molly E. Mitchell: 33.65% (72,347 votes)


 

Referendum Measure No. 88 (legalizes affirmative action in Washington state)

Approved: 49.51% (934,081 votes)

Rejected: 50.49% (952,585 votes)


Initiative Measure No. 976 (lowers most standard car-tab taxes to $30)

Yes: 52.98% (1,033,639 votes)

No: 47.02% (917,268 votes)

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2019 election results for Seattle, King County and more

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