McFarland leading in the primary race for North Bend mayor

Primary results show Mary Miller and Darren Glazier likely to move on in city council race.

  • Tuesday, August 6, 2019 8:36pm
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There were two election races held in North Bend during the Aug. 6 primary election.

In the race for North Bend mayor, as of Tuesday evening, Rob McFarland was leading with 70.62 percent (608) of 861 total ballots. In second was Rich Wiltshire with 21.84 percent (188) of ballots. And finally, Travis Bridgeman had 6.97 percent (60) of ballots.

Mary Miller was leading the North Bend City Council race for Pos. 7. She had 51.68 percent (445) of ballots. Darren Glazier had 28.8 percent (248) of ballots. And Kristin Tetuan had 19.28 percent of the vote (166 ballots).

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