Henderson, McNeal, Duerr leading in Bothell City Council race

Three positions were up for grabs.

  • Tuesday, November 5, 2019 11:25pm
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King County and Snohomish County elections released preliminary election results around 8:15 p.m., Nov. 5. Of 1,805,290 combined registered voters in the counties, 23.54 percent returned their ballots in King County and 17.24 percent returned their ballots in Snohomish County.

Three Bothell City Council positions were up for grabs.

Position 2

For Pos. 2, Mason Thompson garnered 49.97 percent (2,619) of votes in the counties, while Leigh Henderson received 50.68 percent (2,705) of the vote in the counties, according to preliminary results.

About 5,337 people voted for this position of the council race.

Position 4

For Pos. 4, Matt Seymour received 32.22 percent (1,654) of the vote between the counties, while James G. McNeal gathered 67.41 percent (3,461) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

About 5,134 people voted for this position in the council race.

Position 6

For Pos. 6, Davina Duerr received 74.69 percent (3,960) of the vote between counties, while Sean G. Palermo gathered 24.76 percent (1,313) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

About 5,302 people voted for this position.

Ballots were due by 8 p.m. Tuesday. Final results will become certified Nov. 26.

For more information, visit www.kingcounty.gov/election.

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