General election results are in | ELECTIONS

Election results gave the incumbents of the Renton City Council race a reason to take a victory lap.

Soon after the clock struck 8 p.m. on Tuesday, results began to roll in for the General Elections. The following results are the initial count. For a full list of results, visit http://results.vote.wa.gov/results/20171107/king/.

RENTON CITY COUNCIL

Election results gave the incumbents of the Renton City Council race a reason to take a victory lap.

Incumbent Randy Corman won Position No. 1 with 6,265 votes (80.94 percent), beating Neil Sheesly who received 1,475 votes (19.06 percent).

Armondo Pavone will keep Position No. 2 after sweeping up 4,651 votes (58.12 percent), while his opponent Diane Dobson received 3,352 votes (41.88 percent).

“I’m really thankful for all the people who supported me,” said Pavone in an election night phone interview. “Hopefully, I’ve done a good enough work the last four years that this support continues. I’m extremely proud to be representing the citizens of Renton.”

Position No. 6 went to Ruth Perez, who received 4,606 votes (58.74 percent). Her opponent Jami Smith received 3,235 votes (41.26 percent).

RENTON MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE

Terry L. Jurado, the only candidate who ran for municipal court judge, received 5,722 votes.

RENTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Avanti Bergquist and Pam Teal, who ran for Position No. 2 and 5 respectively, were uncontested. Bergquist received 8,121 votes and Teal received 8,042.

NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL

The race for Position No. 5 was tight, but Rich Crispo was four votes ahead. He received 798 votes (50.13 percent), beating Dave Mitchell who received 794 votes (49.87 percent).

Tamra Kammin won Position No. 6 with 1,025 votes (65.41 percent), while her opponent

Maggie Riley received 542 votes (34.59 percent).

Uncontested Position No. 7 went to Tom Magers, who received 1,190 votes.

ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Marnie Maraldo and Lisa Callan won the District No. 2 and 4 positions respectively. Both positions were uncontested.

CEDAR RIVER WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT

Steve Puryear beat Gregg MacDonald for the Position No. 1 spot. Puryear received 1,424 votes (55.04 percent). MacDonald received 1,163 votes (44.96 percent).

SOOS CREEK WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT COMMISSIONER

Uncontested candidate Steve Pfaff got 9,093 votes for the Position No. 1.

Alan Eades won Position No. 2 spot with 5,973 votes (52.78 percent) and his opponent Merle Reeder received 5,343 votes (47.22 percent).

PORT OF SEATTLE COMMISSIONER

John Creighton won Position No. 1 with 129,039 votes (51.48 percent), while Ryan Calkins received 121,621 votes (48.52 percent).

Position No. 3 went to Stephanie Bowman with 169,277 votes (66.79 percent), while her opponent Ahmed Abdi got 84,159 votes (33.21 percent).

Peter Steinbrueck won the Position No. 4 with 159,683 votes (62.88 percent). His opponent, Preeti Shridhar, received 94,284 votes (37.12 percent).

COUNTY

Metropolitan King County Proposition No. 1 Levy Lid Lift for Veterans, Seniors and Vulnerable Populations was approved by 185,133 votes (66.06 percent).

Dow Constantine won Metropolitan King County executive again with 75.4 percent, beating Bill Hirt who received 24.6 percent.

Mitzi Johanknecht was ahead of incumbent John c with 139,644 votes (51.54 percent) for Metropolitan King County sheriff. Urquhart received 129,725 votes (48.16 percent).

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