ELECTION 2023: About the ‘other’ vote – King Conservation District Supervisor

King County Elections didn’t update results today because of a power problem, according to its website. So the newest numbers remain the ones posted Wednesday. But here’s one we haven’t looked at yet – the “other” election in which voting ended Tuesday night – the “online ballot access” voting for King Conservation District Supervisor. West Seattle resident Csenka Favorini-Csorba is leading with 5,420 votes, 52.68%; Chris Porter – also a West Seattleite – is in second with 3,378 votes, 32.83%, and April Brown is in third with 1,452 votes, 14.11%. The total number of votes received and tallied so far – 10,290 – equals only three-quarters of a percent of all voters (1,314,228).

4 Replies to "ELECTION 2023: About the 'other' vote - King Conservation District Supervisor"

  • David February 16, 2023 (8:12 pm)

    We threw that mailing out as it looked like a scam – next time they might want to let people know in advance that it was real

  • anonyme February 17, 2023 (6:04 am)

    The problem is that nobody knows these people, and their brief statements are almost indistinguishable from one another.  So, the choices are being made on something other than qualifications.

  • Del February 18, 2023 (1:30 am)

    I couldn’t log into the website with my phone so I gave up after a few attempts. I emailed them to say it didn’t work. 

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