Elections night primary results for Bothell City Council

The preliminary results of the primary elections for Bothell City Council's positions 2, 4, and 6 were officially released Tuesday night. All the results are as of 8:30 p.m. on Aug. 4 and, as more ballots are counted are subject to change.

The preliminary results of the primary elections for Bothell City Council’s positions 2, 4, and 6 were officially released Tuesday night. All the results are as of 8:30 p.m. on Aug. 4 and, as more ballots are counted, are subject to change.

For position 2, Andy Rheaume and Roz Gorc look to be advancing to the general elections in November. Rheaume has the most votes with 2,291 as of Tuesday evening, while Gorc has 1,047 votes. Maryanna Price trails in third with the 687 votes counted.

Position 4 seems to be James McNeal and Tim Ottersburg going head-to-head in the general election. McNeal has received the most votes with 1,945 as of Tuesday evening, while Ottersburg has 1,515 votes. Bob Carsrud is in a distant third place with 559 votes counted.

Davina Duerr and John Lee look to be heading to the general election for position 6. Duerr has received the most votes with 2,316 as of Tuesday evening, while John Lee has 1,230 votes. Nadia Mustafa has received 472 votes counted.

These numbers are a total of current counts between King and Snohomish County elections. Both counties will release updated vote totals each day, with the Secretary of State certifying results by Aug. 21.

The general election will be held on Nov. 3 with ballots being mailed out by Oct. 16.


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