Primary Election 2010: Newest results just published

August 18, 2010 at 4:33 pm | In 34th District State House 2, King Co. Council District 8, West Seattle news, West Seattle politics | 1 Comment

checkbox.jpgKing County Elections got 95,000 more ballots in the mail today – the highest single-day delivery, which they say is unusual because that usually happens Election Day – and expected to include at least 40,000 in the second run of primary results. Those results were just made public – see them here. The order hasn’t changed in our area’s biggest race, 34th District State Representative Position 2, but Mike Heavey‘s margin over second-place Joe Fitzgibbon narrowed to 21 votes. Complete look at that race, after the jump:

Mike Heavey Prefers Democratic Party 6215 33.43%
Joe Fitzgibbon Prefers Democratic Party 6194 33.32%
Geoffrey Mac McElroy Prefers Independent Party 3433 18.47%
Marcee Stone Prefers Democratic Party 2652 14.27%
Write-in 95 0.51%

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  1. I’m throwing my support behind Joe Fitzgibbon 100%. Heavey is already beholden to the education reform crowd that wants to open the doors to charter schools in this state, base teacher pay on test scores, and do experiments with our levy money. Have you seen all his mailers and signs. I don’t trust that he’d work for my child’s education in a quality public school.

    Comment by madashell — 10:25 pm August 18, 2010 #

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