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Politics Northwest

The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics.

August 7, 2013 at 5:24 PM

School board results unchanged

The results in the two contested races for Seattle School Board didn’t change much after Wednesday’s vote tally.

After Tuesday night’s count, it was clear that Suzanne Dale Estey and Sue Peters would advance to the general election in District 4, which covers Queen Anne, Magnolia and part of Ballard.  Dale Estey still has about 48 percent of the vote counted to date, and Peters has 41 percent.

In District 5, Stephan Blanford’s lead on Wednesday rose one percentage point to 79 percent, and LaCrese Green remained in second with about 12.5 percent of votes counted.  She is 678 votes ahead of Olu Thomas in the race for second place, and the chance to continue their campaigns into November.

 

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