UPDATE: NOVEMBER 6, 7PM VOTE COUNT
In West Seattle's District One, Lisa Herbold scored 55.7 percent of the latest vote count bringing her within 104 votes of Shannon Braddock. The overall count stands at 50.02 to 49.54, baby advantage Braddock. There's a little more than 4,000 votes left now.
In Southeast Seattle's District Two, Tammy Morales got 55.1 percent of the latest batch—810 votes out of 1,468. It's her best showing yet, and brings her within 378 votes of longtime incumbent Bruce Harrell.
There's about 3,000 plus votes outstanding.
ORIGINAL POST ON NOVEMBER 6, 4PM VOTE COUNT
Tammy Morales got 1,432 of the latest batch of votes in the neck-and-neck Southeast Seattle District Two race. That's a 54.6 percent showing in this count. Long time incumbent Harrell go 1,186 votes, for 45.25 percent of the latest count. Morales is now behind by 530 votes. Overall, it's 51.71 to 48.15 with Harrell in the lead.
There's another vote count at 7pm, but there's an estimated 4,000 votes outstanding. Morales would need about 56 percent of those, which is slightly better than she's been doing, to overtake Harrell.
In the other tight race, Shannon Braddock versus Lisa Herbold in West Seattle's District One, Herbold got 53.46 percent in the latest count to Braddock's 46.17. There's supposedly about 5,500 votes outstanding there. Herbold is now behind by just 387 votes. Herbold needs to keep hitting around 53.5 to overtake Braddock.
Overall, Braddock still leads 50.74 to 48.79.
Again: There's another count at 7pm.