Redmond City Council election results are in

Results will be certified on Nov. 26.

  • Wednesday, November 6, 2019 4:44pm
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King County Elections updated general election results on Nov. 6. Updated results came in before 4 p.m. Of 31,220 registered voters, 7,899 returned their ballots, putting the voter turnout at 25.30 percent.

On the Redmond City Council ballot, four positions were up for grabs.

Incumbent Hank Myers is leading with 54.37 percent (3,922) of the votes, while Varisha M. Khan gathered 45.43 percent (3,277) of the votes for Pos. 1.

For Pos. 3, Jessica Forsythe leads with 52.05 percent (3,710) of the vote, while incumbent Hank Margeson garnered 47.80 percent (3,407) of the vote, according to updated results.

For Pos. 5, Vanessa Kritzer leads with 70.44 percent (5,025) of the vote, and Eugene Zakharayev gathered 29.39 percent (2,097) of the votes.

Incumbent David Carson leads with 57.17 percent (4,050) of the votes, while Carlos Jimenez gathered 42.55 percent (3,014) of the votes for Pos. 7.

Ballots were due to King County by 8 p.m. Tuesday. The election will be certified on Nov. 26.

For more information, go online to www.kingcounty.gov/elections.

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