Courtesy of King County Elections.

Courtesy of King County Elections.

Updated primary results

Marcie Maxwell now has a 10-vote lead over Armondo Pavone

Updated Friday, Aug. 9:

In the latest results, Marcie Maxwell has taken the lead in the extremely tight mayoral primary race. She is now ahead of former-frontrunner Armondo Pavone by only 10 votes.

Maxwell is at 27.07 percent, with 3,885 votes. Pavone has 27 percent with 3,875 votes. Perez is at 23.67 percent with 3,398 votes and Corman is at 21.88 percent with 3,141 votes.

In the city council race, Valerie O’Halloran and James Alberson remain ahead. O’Halloran has 34.64 percent with 4,666 votes and Alberson has 32.13 percent with 4,327 votes. In third is Linda Smith with 23.76percent.

In the school board race for District No. 3 director Stefanie McIrvin leads with 10,598 votes, or 62.19 percent, Kristen Deskin is in second with 3,414 votes, or 20.04 percent.

As of Friday, Aug. 9, 14,738 city of Renton ballots had been counted. The count reflects about 26.84 percent of Renton’s 54,910 registered voters. The school district boundary has a similar turnout, with 27.49 percent of 70,068 school district registered voters at 19,261 ballots counted.

Here’s an update on the other measures on the Renton ballot:

King County Proposition No. 1: Parks, Recreation, Trails and Open Space Levy:

Approve: 70.12 percent, with 294,841 votes.

Reject: 29.88 percent, with 125,621 votes.

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position 2:

Sam Cho and Grant Degginger are in the front of seven candidates, Cho with 30.99 percent, or 122,623 votes and Degginger with 24.53 percent or 97,061 votes.

Port Commissioner Position 5:

Fred Felleman had 71.29 percent of the vote, with 281,162 votes. Garth Jacobson had 20.03 percent of the vote and 77,920 votes.

Public Hospital District One, Position 5:

Carol Barber and Tamara J. Sleeter were ahead, Barber with 41.53 percent of the votes at 16,641, and Sleeter remained at 30.55 percent, with 12,243 votes.

4 votes.

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