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The Latest Results: Seattle Elections

By ElectionNerd November 3, 2009

Highlights:

King County Charter Amendment No. 1

YES 85.09%

NO 14.91%

King County Charter Amendment No. 2

YES 82.05%

NO 17.95%

King County Charter Amendment No. 3

YES 91.13%

NO 8.87%

King County Charter Amendment No. 4

YES 80.49%

NO 19.51%

King County Executive
Susan Hutchison 42.76%

Dow Constantine 57.01%

Write-in 0.23%

Sheriff

Sue Rahr 97.72%

Write-in 2.28%

Assessor unexpired 2-year term

Graham Albertini 19.76%

Gene Lux 5.11%

Lloyd Hara 33.59%

Bob Rosenberger 29.12%

Bob Blanchard 12.06%

Write-in 0.36%

Port of Seattle

Commissioner Position No. 1

John Creighton 98.22%

Write-in 1.78%

Commissioner Position No. 3

Rob Holland 54.76%

David Doud 44.96%

Write-in 0.29%

Commissioner Position No. 4

Tom Albro 56.52%

Max Vekich 42.60%

Write-in 0.88%

Mayor

Mike McGinn 50.03%

Joe Mallahan 48.96%

Write-in 1.02%

City Attorney

Pete Holmes 61.56%

Tom Carr 38.24%

Write-in 0.20%

Council Position No. 2

Richard Conlin 75.40%

David Ginsberg 24.31%

Write-in 0.29%

Council Position No. 4

Sally Bagshaw 68.58%

David Bloom 31.17%

Write-in 0.25%

Council Position No. 6

Nick Licata 57.73%

Jessie Israel 42.03%

Write-in 0.24%

Council Position No. 8

Mike O'Brien 57.91%

Robert Rosencrantz 41.86%

Write-in 0.24%

Proposition No. 1 (Seattle Housing Levy)

YES 63.33%

NO 36.67%

Seattle School Board

Director District No. 4

Michael DeBell 98.46%

Write-in 1.54%

Director District No. 5

Kay Smith-Blum 64.23%

Mary E. Bass 35.44%

Write-in 0.34%

Director District No. 7

Betty Patu 68.45%

Wilson Chin 31.24%

Write-in 0.31%
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