Given its indie leanings, you might not be shocked to learn that the cores of the Capitol Hill food and drink economy was dead set against I-1183, the Costco-backed liquor privatization initiative that was passed in this November’s election. In maps made available to us by our news partners at the Seattle Times, you can see the precinct results for the 1183 vote — green marks “for”, red marks “against.”
One of the most populous, thickest patches of red in the city — and the state could be found between 15th and Broadway and around the upper Pike/Pine neighborhood. Meanwhile, other areas in central Seattle like Pike/Pine arch enemy Broadmoor came out strongly in favor of the change.
You can see the full PDF version of the map here.
Less interesting is the regional battle that was Tim Eyman’s anti-tolling initiative. Green vs. red. East vs. west. Sister vs. sister. More details from the Seattle Times.