Election results

As of Thursday, Federal Way City Council candidates Jesse Johnson and Hoang Tran were maintaining their leads in their respective races.

The Federal Way Public Schools construction bond was creeping closer to the 12,781 yes votes needed to pass.


(As of Thursday)

• Federal Way Mayor

Jim Ferrell 7,220 (61.9 percent)

Susan Honda 4,437 (38.1 percent)

• Federal Way City Council Position No. 2

Jesse Johnson 5,823 (51.8 percent)

Bob Celski 5,424 (48.2 percent)

• Federal Way City Council Position No. 4

Hoang Tran 5,767 (52.2 percent)

Diana Noble-Gulliford 5,273 (47.8)

Federal Way City Council Position No. 6

Martin A. Moore 5,873 (54 percent)

Roger Flygare 4,994 (45 percent)

• Federal Way School District Proposition No. 1 Bonds to Construct New Classrooms and Replace and Renovate Aging and Deteriorating School Facilities

Approved 10,832 (60.4 percent)

Rejected 7,093 (39.6 percent)

• King County Proposition No. 1 Levy Lid Lift for Veterans, Seniors and Vulnerable Populations

Approved 259,405 (67.2 percent)

Rejected126,494 (32.7 percent)

• King County Executive

Dow Constantine 284,579 (76.3 percent)

Bill Hirt 88,381 (23.7 percent)

• King County Sheriff

Mitzi Johanknecht 200,636 (54.2 percent)

John Urquhart 169,885 (45.8 percent)

• Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 1

John Creighton 171,631 (49.99 percent)

Ryan Calkins 171,729 (50.01 percent)

• Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 3

Stephanie Bowman 225,257 (64.8 percent)

Ahmed Abdi 122,095 (35.2 percent)

• Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 4

Preeti Shridhar 136,109 (39.1 percent)

Peter Steinbrueck 211,889 (60.9 percent)

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