ELECTION 2020: 3 notes from King County’s final results

checkbox.jpgThree weeks after the voting ended, the general-election results for King County are now certified. Three notes:

TURNOUT: Countywide, 86.87 percent, breaking the 85 percent record set in 2012. For the city of Seattle, 88.18 percent. For the 34th Legislative District (West Seattle, White Center, Vashon, part of Burien), 87.64 percent.

PRESIDENTIAL VOTING: Countywide, it was 74.95 percent for Biden/Harris, 22.24 percent for Trump/Pence.

HOW BALLOTS WERE TURNED IN: KCE says 73.9 percent of voters used ballot drop boxes, 24.98 percent mailed in their ballots, and 1.1 percent got theirs in by fax.

More stats are in the KCE news release.

4 Replies to "ELECTION 2020: 3 notes from King County's final results"

  • valvashon November 25, 2020 (3:50 am)

    You could fax your ballot in?

    • Cristie November 25, 2020 (9:30 pm)

      This was 100% my response after reading the blurb. Hah! Not only is it possible, apparently, but many people actually did!

  • LittleOrangeMan November 25, 2020 (6:27 am)

    Has Culp conceded or is he taking the Trump “hole up and pout” route?

    • Peter November 25, 2020 (9:35 am)

      Culp has been saying he has evidence of voting fraud but is refusing to share that evidence, so one of two things is true: Culp either has no evidence and is a liar, or he does have evidence and is committing the felony of obstruction of justice by refusing to turn it over to authorities. Kim Woman’s office has asked him to turn over his evidence, and he refuses to do so. 

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