Updated election results in for Bothell and Kenmore races

The latest election results.

Ballots continue to come in from Tuesday’s election, with the latest count coming in Tuesday afternoon.

Bothell residents in King and Snohomish voted for City Council positions No. 1, 3, 5 and 7.

Results are according to King County Elections, which included Bothell council race results from Snohomish County.

Jeanne Zornes, who ran unopposed for Pos. 1, received 6,925 votes.

Rosemary McAuliffe is in the lead with 53.63 percent of the votes or 4,745 of the 8,848 votes for Pos. 3. Her opponent, Vicki Somppi, received 46.37 percent of votes, or 4,103.

Liam Olsen received 70.13 percent of the votes or 5,989 of the 8,540 votes for Pos. 5. His opponent Jeremy B. Michel received 29.87 percent of votes, or 2,551.

Thomas Agnew received 54.22 percent of the votes or 4,667 of the 8,607 votes for Pos. 7. His opponent Aaron Moreau-Cook received 45.78 percent of votes, or 3,940.

In Kenmore, residents voted for City Council Pos. 2, 4 and 6.

Results are according to King County Elections.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Joe Marshall received 56.73 percent of the votes or 3,128 of the 5,514 votes for Pos. 2. His opponent Suzanne Greathouse received 43.27 percent of votes, or 2,386.

Nigel Herbig is leading with 63.63 percent of the votes or 3,511 of the 5,518 votes for Pos. 4. His opponent Patrick O’Brien received 36.37 percent of votes, or 2,007.

Debra Srebnik leads with 65.3 percent of the votes or 3,600 of the 5,513 votes for Pos. 6. Her opponent Carol Baker received 34.7 percent of votes, or 1,913.

For Legislative District 45, Democrat Manka Dhingra leads with 55.31 percent of the votes or 27,432 of the 49,597 votes for state senator, according to King County Elections. Her opponent Republican Jinyoung LeeEnglund received 44.69 percent of votes, or 22,165. Englund conceded last week.

In addition, Bothell and Kenmore residents voted for board directors in the Northshore School District.

Results are according to King County Elections and include numbers from Snohomish as well.

For director District 1, Jacqueline McGourty has received 73.11 percent of the votes or 21,244 of the 29,058 votes. Her opponent Brian Travis received 26.89 percent of votes, or 7,814.

For District 2, Bob Swain leads with 61.2 percent of the votes or 17,767 of the 29,029 votes. His opponent Sherry Krainick received 38.8 percent of votes, or 11,262.

Sandy Hayes ran unopposed for District 4 and received 22,929 votes as of Thursday afternoon.

Amy Cast received 64.59 percent of the votes or 18,518 of the 28,672 votes for District 5. Her opponent Rob Taft Jr. received 35.41 percent of votes, or 10,154.

The election will be certified on Nov. 28.

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