Nice work, District 3. You turned in the highest turnout of any district in Seattle in the now-certified August Primary. It helped, of course, to have what is, perhaps, the most compelling City Council race in the city’s history playing out from Capitol Hill to First Hill to the Central District.
On that front, the incumbent stretched her final victory from her 49.9% Primary Election Night tally.
You can view all of the primary results here.
Sawant and challenger Banks now move on to November in a race that has so far been the center of attention and campaign spending.
Meanwhile, King County Elections reports some 11,000 ballots were returned as “undeliverable” in the primary. Make sure your address is up to date.
@seattlish Great opportunity to remind voters to keep addresses up to date w/ elections! Wrong address = mail returned as undeliverable
— King Co Elections (@kcelections) August 19, 2015