Charting the votes: Update of Kent City Council races; Prop 1 levies

Update: Ballot count through Aug. 9

  • Friday, August 9, 2019 2:05pm
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Here are the returns from the Aug. 6 primary election as reported by King County Elections.

Updated results will be made available and posted by 4 p.m. each weekday on the elections website.


(through Friday, Aug. 9)

• City of Kent, Council Position 1

Marli Larimer 7,619, 49.90%

Todd Minor 4,926, 32.26%

Elizabeth T. Peang 2,605, 17.06%

Write-in 120, 0.79%

• City of Kent, Council Position 3

Les Thomas 5,944, 37.73%

Hira Singh Bhullar 5,781, 36.70%

Sara Franklin 3,947, 25.06%

Write-in 80, 0.51%

• City of Kent, Council Position 7

Awale A. Farah 5,630, 36.44%

Zandria Michaud 3,710, 24.01%

Ron Johnson 3,129, 20.25%

Barry Fudenski 2,883, 18.66%

Write-in 99, 0.64%

(NOTE: Top 2 in primary advance to Nov. 5 general election)

• Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority

Proposition No. 1

Levy for fire protection and emergency medical services

Approved 11,432, 56.71%

Rejected 8,728, 43.29%

King County

Proposition No. 1

Parks, recreation, trails and open space levy

Approved 294,841, 70.12%

Rejected 125,621, 29.88%

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