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November 8, 2011 at 10:15 PM

Not a good day for Kemper Freeman

Kemper Freeman

Bellevue developer Kemper Freeman can’t be too happy with tonight’s election results:

  • Anti-tolling Initiative 1125: Losing. Freeman bankrolled the “yes” campaign.
  • Bellevue City Council incumbents John Chelminiak and Claudia Balducci: Big winners. Freeman supported their challengers.
  • Freeman-backed Bellevue City Council candidate Aaron Laing: in a neck-and-neck race with John Stokes, who leads by a narrow margin.

Comments | More in Government | Topics: Bellevue, Election 2011, Tolling initiative

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