Toft and Spring losing, but both local levies are passing
November 8, 2012
Updated: 12:24 p.m., Nov. 8, 2012
Unofficial King County election results as of Nov. 8 show that Snoqualmie resident Brad Toft is losing his bid for the 5th Legislative District state Senate seat.
Mark Mullet, his opponent from Issaquah, has pulled in 23,216 votes, while Toft has received 19,909.
Jay Rodne, incumbent representative for the fifth district ran unopposed. While he did receive 30,555 votes, 853 voters wrote in another name.
North Bend resident David Spring is losing his bid for the second representative seat in the fifth district to Chad Magendanz. Spring pulled in 18,734 votes, to Magendanz’s 23,043.
Snoqualmie’s Proposition No. 1 Public Safety levy is passing, with 1,664 votes supporting it, and 1,515 rejecting it.
Voters overwhelmingly support Si View Metropolitan Park District operations and maintenance levy with 3,630 yes votes, and 1,293 no votes.
For full election results in Washington, go to http://your2.kingcounty.gov/elections/2012nov-general/results/.