Election results chart | Kent

City Council; school board; King County; state measures

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(through Friday, Nov. 8)


• Council Position 1

Marli Larimer 11,877 55.62%

Todd Minor 9,412 44.08%

Write-in 64 0.3%

• Council Position 3

Les Thomas 11,487 52.27%

Hira Singh Bhullar 10,416 47.4%

Write-in 74 0.34%

• Council Position 5

Bill Boyce 14,400 65.93%

Mizan Rahman 7,373 33.76%

Write-in 68 0.31%

• Council Position 7

Zandria Michaud 12,291 58.16%

Awale A. Farah 8,693 41.13%

Write-in 150 0.71%


• Director District 2

Michele Greenwood Bettinger 21,594 69.34%

David Canterbury 9,368 30.08%

Write-in 180 0.58%


• Proposition No. 1

(Medic One services levy)

Yes 492,241 80.76%

No 117,258 19.24%

• Director of Elections

Julie Wise 428,556 80.35%

Mark Greene 102,948 19.3%

Write-in 1,858 0.35%


• Initiative 976

(Limit car tab fees to $30)

Yes 991,747 52.98%

No 880,211 47.02%

• Referendum 88

(Affirmative action)

Approved 899,747 49.65%

Rejected 912,451 50.35%

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