Kent Primary Election Results: Updated

As of August 9, 2017 at 3:33 PM

Kent Election Results

As of August 9, 2017 at 3:33 PM

So far, 15,767 ballots have been voted, or 25.24% percent. Results, per King County Elections, are as follows (shown in descending order):

Kent Mayoral Candidates

Jim Berrios, 5,895 votes (39.07%)
Dana Ralph, 5,001 votes (33.14%)
Elizabeth Albertson, 2,950 votes (19.55%)
Andrew Swansen, 1,212 votes (8.03%)
Write-in, 32 votes (0.21%)

Kent City Council, Position 2

Satwinder Kaur, 6,482 votes (44.6%)
Paul Addis, 3,694 votes (25.42%)
Jeff Piecewicz, 2,988 votes (20.56%)
Elizabeth T. Peang, 1,331 votes (9.16%)
Write-in, 39 votes (0.27%)

Kent City Council, Position 4

Toni Troutner, 6,781 votes (47.64%)
Tye Whitfield, 4,197 votes (29.49%)
Ronald Johnson, 3,209 votes (22.54%)
Write-in, 47 votes (0.33%)

Kent School District No. 415, Director District No. 4

Bryon Madsen, 7,252 (35.13%)
Denise Daniels, 6,876 (33.31%)
Agda Burchard, 6,410 (31.05%)
Write-in, 104 (0.5%)

Soos Creek Water and Sewer District, Commissioner Position No. 2

Alan Eades, 8,674 (53.39%)
Merle Reeder, 4,146 (25.52%)
Micah Steinhauer, 3,355 (20.65%)
Write-in, 71 (0.44%)

The top two vote getters in each race will advance to the General Election on Tuesday, November 7. The next update will be posted by King County Elections at 4:30 PM, August 10, 2017. Final results will be certified on August 15, 2017.

iLoveKent will host two political debates in September, so Kent voters can hear from each of the candidates. The mayoral debate will be Sept. 21. The Kent City Council debate will be Sept. 28. Learn more about the debates here. The debates are sponsored by presenting sponsor Marti Reeder of John L. Scott and Denali Federal Credit Union.

Learn more about voting, voter registration, etc. at King County Elections.

King County Elections is counting ballots.
Photo courtesy of King County Elections.