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Election Results November 5, 2013 - Tacoma

Here are the preliminary results from Tacoma as of 7:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. Any surprises?

Initiative Measure No. 517

Yes - 40,863 - 40.35%
No - 60,416 - 59.65%

Initiative Measure No. 522

Yes - 43,434 - 41.93%
No - 60,141 - 58.07%

Port of Tacoma Commissioner Pos. 1

Connie Bacon - 52,537 - 59.47%
Eric Holdeman = 35,282 - 39.94%
Write-In - 521 - 0.59%

Port of Tacoma Commissioner Pos. 2

Dick Marzano - 72,738 - 98.28%
Write-In - 1,273 - 1.72%

Port of Tacoma Commissioner Pos. 4

Don Meyer - 72,217 - 98.43%
Write-In - 1,154 - 1.57%

City of Tacoma - Prop. No. 1

Yes - 9,326 - 40.80%
No - 13,530 - 59.20%

Tacoma Mayor

Marilyn Strickland - 17,643 - 95.87%
Write-In - 761 - 4.13%

Tacoma Council-at-Large Position 6

Victoria Woodards - 16,241 - 79.36%
Robert Hill - 4,060 - 19.84%
Write-In - 163 - 0.80%

City of Tacoma Council District 2

Robert Thoms - 3,316 - 64.73%
Patricia Lecy-Davis - 1,790 - 34.94%
Write-In - 17 - 0.33%  

City of Tacoma Council District 4

Marty Campbell - 2,757 - 97.52%
Write-In - 70 - 2.48%

City of Tacoma Council District 5

Joe Lonergan - 2,517 - 70.17%
Olgy Diaz - 1,053 - 29.36%
Write-In - 17 - 0.47%

Tacoma Civil Service Position 1

Eric Hansen - 11,220 - 57.76%
Janis Clark - 8,082 - 41.61%
Write-In - 123 - 0.63%

Tacoma Civil Service Position 2

Dan Sexton - 16,527 - 98.33%
Write - In 280 - 1.67%

Tacoma SD No. 10 Director Pos. 1

Debbie Winskill - 13,034 - 56.67%
Dexter Gordon - 9,848 - 42.82%
Write-In - 118 - 0.51%

Metro Parks of Tacoma Comm. Pos. 1

Aaron Pointer - 17,408 - 98.31%
Write-In -300 - 1.69%  

Metro Parks of Tacoma Comm. Pos. 2

Tim Reid - 11,683 - 57.57%
Jessica Smeall - 8,469 - 41.73%
Write-In - 142 - 0.70%
 

Find up to the minute numbers on the Pierce County Auditor Elections Page.


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Comments

Jesse

The big winner is… Money.  Money wins the election.

November 6, 2013 at 7:28 am / Reply / Quote and reply


talus

Those initiative results are county-wide.  I strongly suspect that residents of the City of Tacoma voted for I-522 to label GMO food. 

Not that that would excuse voting down Prop. 1.  Thanks, Simpson Kraft pulp mill, for supporting crappy streets and holding back Tacoma’s progress with your big donations to the “No” campaign.

November 6, 2013 at 9:03 am / Reply / Quote and reply


tacoma1Registered

I wish that that were the case. Prop 1 was a Tacoma only vote. Only 23K votes total (for and against). The county wide votes are totaling near 100K

I guess that my fellow Tacoman’s like crappy potholed roads.

November 6, 2013 at 9:53 am / Reply / Quote and reply


talus

I was talking about Tacoma’s probable support for I-522.  I’m aware that Prop 1 was only voted on in city limits, and I know it got trounced…

November 6, 2013 at 1:38 pm / Reply / Quote and reply


fred davie

I guess my fellow Tacoman’s prefer affordable utility rates over another mismanaged city boondoggle.

November 6, 2013 at 6:42 pm / Reply / Quote and reply


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