Final 2017 primary election results in Federal Way and King County

Results from the Aug. 1 primary election were officially certified Tuesday. Here’s a breakdown for Federal Way and King County races, according to the King County Elections website.

Voter turnout for Federal Way: 11,910 ballots counted out of 47,519 registered voters (25.06 percent turnout).

Federal Way Mayor: Jim Ferrell, 56.31 percent (6,501 votes); Susan Honda, 36.76 percent (4,244 votes); Mark Greene, 6.57 percent (758 votes). Ferrell and Honda will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

Federal Way City Council Position 4: Hoang Tran, 28.41 percent (3,159 votes); Diana Noble-Gulliford, 27.44 percent (3,051 votes); Jack Stanford, 25.13 percent (2,795 votes); Sharry Edwards, 18.64 percent (2,073 votes). Tran and Noble-Gulliford will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

King County Executive: Dow Constantine, 76.99 percent (304,456 votes); Bill Hirt, 12.57 percent (49,687 votes); Goodspaceguy, 5.92 percent (23,427 votes); Stan Lippman, 3.7 percent (14,644 votes). Constantine and Hirt will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

Prop. 1, Sales Tax for Cultural Access Program: Rejected, 50.9 percent (211,113 votes vs. 203,633 votes). This proposal would have expanded access to arts, science and heritage programming throughout the county through a sales tax increase of one-tenth of one percent for seven years.

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position 1: John Creighton, 32.74 percent (124,884 votes); Ryan Calkins, 31.77 percent (121,177 votes; Bea Querido-Rico, 20.51 percent (78,230 votes); Claudia Kauffman, 14.5 percent (55,316 votes). Creighton and Calkins will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position 3: Stephanie Bowman, 51.29 percent (191,203 votes); Ahmed Abdi, 32.7 percent (121,898 votes); Lisa Espinosa, 15.01 percent (55,943 votes). Bowman and Abdi will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position 4: Preeti Shridhar, 24.82 percent (94,679 votes); Peter Steinbrueck, 23.92 percent (91,227 votes); Ken Rogers, 14.42 percent (54,997 votes); John Persak, 14.15 percent (53,974 votes); Richard Pope, 14.01 percent (53,452 votes); Brooks Salazar, 4.51 percent (17,214 votes); Fernando Martinez, 2.33 percent (8,876 votes); Ray S. Armitstead, 1.48 percent (5,660 votes). Shridhar and Steinbrueck will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

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