General election results certified this week

  • Thursday, November 30, 2017 10:36am
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The 2017 general election was certified Tuesday with a 42.67 percent voter turnout in King County. All results are according to King County Elections.

In Kirkland, residents voted for City Council positions 1, 2, 3, 5 and 7.

Jay Arnold received 69.16 percent of the votes or 14,140 of the 20,444 votes for Pos. 1. Martin Morgan received 6,304 votes, or 30.84 percent.

For Pos. 2, Tom Neir ran unopposed and received 15,944 votes.

Penny Sweet also ran unopposed for Pos. 3, receiving 15,909 votes.

Amy Walen received 69.15 percent of the votes or 14,335 of the 20,730 votes for Pos. 5. Her opponent Jory Hamilton received 6,395 votes, or 30.85 percent.

Jon Pascal received 72.84 percent of the votes or 15,272 of the 20,967 votes for Pos. 7. Uzma Butte, his opponent, received 5,695 votes, or 27.16 percent.

Michael Lambo ran unopposed for the position of Kirkland municipal court judge and received 15,241 votes.

In the Lake Washington School District, director Pos. 3, Cassandra Sage received 61.23 percent of the votes or 27,048 of the 44,177 votes. Anita Damjanovic received 38.77 percent or 17,129 votes.

Mark Stuart, who ran unopposed for Pos. 4 on the LWSD board, received 32,578 votes.

In the Houghton community council race, 76.95 percent of voters, or 1,522 of the 1,978 votes, voted to continue the Community Municipal Corporation.

All seven incumbents for the council ran unopposed. In Pos. 1 is Bill Goggins, Pos. 2 is Betsy Pringle, Pos. 3 is Rick Whitney, Pos. 4 is Kelli Curtis, Pos. is 5 John Kappler, Pos. 6 is Neal Black and Pos. 7 is Brian Gawthrop.

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