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Friday Election Results Push Mulenga Into Lead

The first release of Friday’s election results has pushed Auburn City Council candidate Robyn Mulenga over the threshold and into the lead.  Her position no. 5 opponent, Ryan Burnett, maintains his Pierce County lead but the gap has been markedly reduced.

Auburn City Council Position No. 5
This morning Mulenga’s lead in King County by only  0.85% (72 votes). Burnett’s lead in Pierce County was more comfortable at 9.33% (117 votes). The combined number of votes between the two opponents was a marginal 45 votes.

King County’s results released first, at 3:30pm, putting Mulenga officially in the lead by 2.82% (305 votes).  Pierce County dropped its results at 4:30pm.  Mulenga made up ground in Pierce County, but Burnett still holds a 2.39% (38 votes) lead.

Mulenga holds a 2.15% (267 votes) total lead over Burnett between King and Pierce County.  There are a total of 12, 414 votes in the race, 79 of which are write-in votes.

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Friday, November 8th afternoon updated election results

Auburn School District School Board District No. 2 Director
The other notable results change that occurred with this afternoon’s results was the lead change in the ASD School Board District No. 2 Director race.  This morning Chris Grames held a reasonable lead over opponent Arlista Holman.  After Friday’s first results Holman took over the lead in both King and Pierce Counties.

In King County Holman leads Grames by 0.24% (31 votes), and in Pierce County, she leads by  0.37% (21 votes).  Holman leads by a combined county total of 0.37% (52 votes).

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Other Elections (Multi-county results):
The remaining races have not changed in a measurable amount.  The current multi-county results are as follows:

Auburn City Council Position No. 1: Unopposed Chris Stearns received 97.56% (9,502 votes) of votes
Auburn City Council Position No. 3: James Jeyaraj leads opponent Ken Pearson 10.71% (1,325 votes)
Auburn City Council Position No. 7:  Incumbent Bob Baggett leads Vera Orlandic-Hodak by 3.09% (385 votes)

Auburn School District School Board Director District No. 1: Unopposed Sheilia McLaughlin received 97.25% (10, 686 votes)
Auburn School District School Board Director District No. 4: Unopposed Laura Theimer received 98.11% (10,960)

Pacific Mayor: Incumbent Leanne Guier leads challenger Vic Kave by 6.76% (63 votes)
City of Pacific Council Position No. 1: Katherine V. Garberding leads opponent
Jaylynn Markwald by 2.79% (24 votes)
City of Pacific Council Position No. 3: Joshua Putnam leads Brice Erickson by 15.25% (133 votes)
City of Pacific Council Position No. 6:  David B. Storaasli leads Aarron Fahrenkrug 18.34% (153 votes)

King County will release a second round of results at 8:30pm Friday night.  Results will not be released Monday due to the federal holiday.

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