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Primary election results: Priest and Ferrell lead Federal Way mayor race; Prop. 1 fails; Asay and Gregory move on in District 30

Current local results for the 2010 primary election. Results will be certified Sept. 1. For more results and information, visit kingcounty.gov/elections.

Results as of 9:48 p.m. Aug. 17 (Tuesday):

Federal Way mayor

• Jim Ferrell: 27.4 percent

• Mike Park: 19.5 percent

• Linda Kochmar: 18.6 percent

• Skip Priest: 34 percent

Note: Top two finishers advance to the November general election.

District 30 State Representative, position 2

• Katrina Asay: 26.1 percent

• Ed Barney: 12.1 percent

• Jerry Galland: 7.9 percent

• Carol Gregory: 45.1 percent

• Anthony Kalchik: 8.4 percent

Note: Top two finishers advance to the November general election.

District 30 State Representative, position 1

• Mark Miloscia: 58.4 percent

• Shawn Sullivan: 41.3 percent

Note: Candidates in this race automatically advance to the November general election.

District 30 State Senate

• Tracey Eide: 52.7 percent

• Tony Moore: 47.1 percent

Note: Candidates in this race automatically advance to the November general election.

Proposition One: South King Fire and Rescue's service benefit charge

• Yes: 49.4 percent

• No: 50.5 percent

Note: Click here to learn more about Proposition One.

United States Representative Congressional District No. 9

• Jim Postma: 17.72 percent

• Dick Muri: 21.15 percent

• Roy Olson: 3.52 percent

• Adam Smith: 57.5 percent

Note: Top two finishers advance to the November general election.

U.S. Senator: Top vote-getters

• Patty Murray: 57.9 percent

• Dino Rossi: 28.33 percent

• Paul Akers: 1.88 percent

• Clint Didier: 6.98 percent

Note: Top two finishers advance to the November general election.

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