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November 12, 2001

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Election results for King County, Northshore

As of Friday, Nov. 9, at 4 p.m. general election results are as follows: This count does not represent all of the absentee ballots.
   The elections office estimates a final tally of those will not be complete until Nov. 20.
   € Denotes incumbent
  
   Metropolitan King County Races
   Sheriff
   Dave Reichert€, Nonpartisan (NP), unopposed, 198,092 (100%)
   King County Executive
   Santos Contreras, Republican (Rep), 94,803 (34.29%)
   David Fries, Libertarian, 12,291 (4.45%)
   Ron Sims€, Democrat (Dem), 169,393 (61.27%)
   King County Council
   District 1
   Carolyn Edmonds, Dem, 13,618 (61.06%)
   Ed Sterner, Rep, 8,684 (38.94%)
   District 3
   Kathy Lambert, Rep, 11,503 (63.47%)
   Kristy Sullivan, Dem, 6,621 (36.53%)
   District 11
   Jane Hague€, Rep, unopposed, 11,271 (100%)
  
   City of Bothell Council
   Position 1
   Patrick Ewing, NP, 1,321 (53.83%)
   Mike Noblet€, NP, 1,133 (46.17%)
   Position 3
   Robert (Bob) Bandarra€, NP, 1,196 (52.73%)
   James L. DuVall, NP, 1,072 (47.27%)
   Position 5
   Mike Johnson, NP, 1,176 (49.12%)
   Jeff Merrill€, NP, 1,218 (50.88%)
   Position 7
   Lee Fjellanger, NP, 1,025 (42.92%)
   Sandy Guinn€, NP, 1,363 (57.08%)
   City of Kenmore Council
   Position 2
   Steven Colwell€, NP, 1,818 (66.91%)
   David Pomeranz, NP, 899 (33.09%)
   Position 4
   Jack V. Crawford€, NP, unopposed, 2,368 (100%)
   Position 6
   Rachel W. Hawkridge, NP, 730 (26.75%)
   Marcia Schwendiman€, NP, 1,999 (73.25%)
  
   City of Woodinville Council
   Position 1
   Chuck Price, NP, unopposed, 900 (100%)
   Position 2
   Cathy Wiederhold€, NP, unopposed, 917 (100%)
   Position 3
   Carol A. Bogue€, NP, unopposed, 909 (100%)
   Position 5
   Robert R. (Bob) Miller€, NP, unopposed, 921 (100%)
   Position 6
   Gareth A. Grube€, NP, unopposed, 902 (100%)
   Position 7
   Don Brocha€, NP, unopposed, 932 (100%)
   Northshore School District No. 417 Director
   District 1
   Ruby R. Mohar, NP, 2,146 (27.28%)
   Vicki Opsata€, NP, 5,720 (72.72%)
   District 4
   Gene Hawkridge, NP, unopposed, 6,570 (100%)
   District 5
   Cathy Swanson, NP, unopposed, 6,845 (100%)
   Woodinville Fire & Life Safety Commissioner
   Position 2
   Stephen Burdon II, NP, unopposed, 3,509 (100%)
   Position 4
   Roy H. Bleikamp€, NP, unopposed, 3,497 (100%)
   Woodinville Water District Commissioner
   Position 2
   Edward Cebron, NP, 1,877 (44.99%)
   Tim Matson, NP, 2,296 (55.01%)
   Public Hospital District No. 2 Commissioner
   Position 2
   Rebecca Hirt€, NP, unopposed, 19,692 (100%)
   Position 3
   R. August Kempf€, NP, unopposed, 19,500 (100%)
   Position 5
   Jeanette Greenfield€, NP, 12,037 (52.01%)
   Eric J. Greenwood, NP, 11,107 (47.99%)
   State of Washington Ballot Measures
   Initiative Measure 747 (concerning limiting property taxes) - Yes 141,537 (49.06%); No 146,954 (50.94%)
   Initiative Measure 773 (concerning additional tobacco taxes for low-income health programs) - Yes 206,674 (71.74%); No 81,415 (28.26%)
   Initiative Measure 775 (creates a "home care quality authority") - Yes 181,544 (64.49%); No 99,943 (35.51%)
   Engrossed Senate Joint Resolution 8208
   (constitutional amendment to allow use of temporary superior court judges to hear cases on a temporary basis) - Approved 202,348 (74.26%); Rejected 70,148 (25.74%)
   House Joint Resolution 4202
   (constitutional amendment on the investment of state funds) - Approved 125,735 (47.33%); Rejected 139,920 (52.67%)
   King County Ballot Measures
   Proposed Charter Amendment No. 1
   (concerning adopting language which guarantees the free exercise of religion) - Approved 158,946 (59.14%); Rejected 109,831 (40.86%)
   Proposition No. 1
   (concerning Medic One renewal of property tax levy for six years) - Approved 225,663 (80.27%); Rejected 55,474 (19.73%)
   Northshore Park & Recreation Service Area
   Proposition No. 1
   (concerning 20-year tax levy for Adult Day Center) - Approved 7,306 (62.78%); Rejected 4,331 (37.22%)