Election results for Seattle and King County 2021 races

Most of the ballots have been counted for Nov. 2 elections in Seattle and King County. Seattle has a new mayor, Bruce Harrell.

“I Voted” stickers at the King County Elections headquarters in Renton, Wash., on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. (Jovelle Tamayo for Crosscut)

The ballots cast in the Nov. 2 general election have been posted and King County election officials say most of the results are in.

The county Canvassing Board will certify the results and transmit them to the Washington Secretary of State’s Office on Nov. 23.

The results so far are below, but if you want to see more details visit the King County election results page. Crosscut does not call races, but it appears Bruce Harrell will be the likely winner of Seattle's mayoral race. Meanwhile, incumbent Dow Constantine appears likely to keep his seat as King County Executive.

If you still have questions about voting in Washington or the status of your ballot, check out the FAQ section of the Crosscut Seattle and King County Voter Guide.

If you are looking for results from other counties, you can find a link to every county election office at the Secretary of State’s Office website.

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