Wa Election Results

November 9, 2011 by staff 

Wa Election Results, In Washington, some races remain up in the air. There are an estimated 500 ballots remaining that still need to be counted.

The Battle of the Brians race ends with Shinn for the win beating out Temple with 67% of the votes for Asotin Co. Commissioner District No. 1.

Incumbent Wayne Tippett keeps his spot on the Port Commission. He wins with 68% of voters on his side.

Two local cities had contenders vying for mayor. Asotin will say goodbye to Jim Miller, as newcomer Vikki Bonfield takes this mayoral race with 56%

Replacing Donna Engle is a tough decision for voters. Current councilwoman Kathleen Warren is winning by just over 100 votes. Despite his lack of campaigning, Eric Lindsley is trailing with just under 46%.

In the Asotin City Council elections, John Kirkland takes a seat with 60% of the vote over John Laughrey.

And another close one with George Tucker barely falling behind Keith Delzer, who leads with just over half the votes.

All the Prop 911 Levies passed. Asotin’s is approved for another year with a wide margin of 70%. Clarkston’s also passes with 70%.

And it’s a success for the Asotin County Fire District Number One’s new six-year levy. Voters approved it with 66% saying yes.

Clarkston City Council races were all uncontested. William Provost, Clee Manchester and Larry Baumberger all take a W.

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