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KING COUNTY 11/29/2005 2:03:37 PM
Nov 8, 2005
General Election 2005 Page 20 of 49

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CITY OF SEATTLE

Ballots Cast/Registered Voters: 194061 / 349835 55.47%

Precincts Counted/Total Precincts: 995 / 995 100.00%

City Of Seattle Mayor

Greg Nickels NP 115257 64.15%

Al Runte NP 62591 34.84%

Write-in 1824 1.02%

City Of Seattle City Attorney

Thomas A. Carr NP 114197 98.17%

Write-in 2125 1.83%

City Of Seattle Council - Position 2

Richard Conlin NP 97202 60.62%

Paige Miller NP 62639 39.06%

Write-in 507 0.32%

City Of Seattle Council - Position 4

Jan Drago NP 102247 63.41%

Casey Corr NP 58339 36.18%

Write-in 656 0.41%

City Of Seattle Council - Position 6

Nick Licata NP 121511 77.68%

Paul A. Bascomb NP 34392 21.99%

Write-in 519 0.33%

City Of Seattle Council - Position 8

Richard J. McIver NP 82652 53.34%

Dwight Pelz NP 71718 46.28%

Write-in 594 0.38%

City Of Seattle Advisory Measure No. 1 Health Care

YES 122129 69.50%

NO 53606 30.50%

Seattle Popular Monorail Authority Board Member - Position 8

Beth Goldberg NP 81021 59.59%

Cindi Laws NP 52493 38.61%

Write-in 2458 1.81%

Seattle Popular Monorail Authority Board Member - Position 9

Jim Nobles NP 72840 53.90%

Cleve Stockmeyer NP 60079 44.45%

Write-in 2228 1.65%

Seattle Popular Monorail Auth. Proposition No. 1 Construction Of Monorail By Modifying

YES 65691 35.49%

NO 119381 64.51%


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