Fredenburg, Correira appear to be leading in Metropolitan Park District Commissioner races

Ballots were due to King County by 8 p.m. on Nov. 5.

  • Wednesday, November 6, 2019 9:35am
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King County Elections released preliminary election results around 8:15 p.m., Nov. 5. Of 1,329,717 registered voters, 312,930 ballots were counted as of election night.

Three Si View Metropolitan Park District Commissioner positions were up for grabs. Mark Joselyn ran for Pos. 3 unopposed, receiving 97.75 percent of the vote, or 1,436 votes.

Position 1

For Pos. 1, Catherine Fredenburg garnered 74.08 percent (1,466) of the vote, while Kayla Noonan received 25.27 percent (500) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

The race saw 1,979 voters as of election night.

Position 2

For Pos. 2, Mark Correira gathered 50.57 percent (972) of the vote while Katie Klahn got 48.7 percent (936) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

The race saw 1,922 voters as of election night.

Ballots were due to King County by 8 p.m. Tuesday. Final results will be certified on Nov. 26.

For more information, go online to www.kingcounty.gov/elections.

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