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Bruce Harrell poses for a photograph with supporters Nafiso Samatar and Hawa Egal, right, during an election night party for Harrell on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, at Block 41 on Bell Street in Seattle.
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Updated election results November 2021: Harrell is Seattle's next mayor

KUOW is following the results of the Nov. 2, 2021 election with races and measures in Seattle and King County. Check below for the most up-to-date results.

Updated 5:45 p.m. Friday, November 5, 2021. Previous counts are in parenthesis.

Voter turnout, King County: 40.6%

Voter turnout, Seattle: 50.1%

SEATTLE

Mayor

Lorena González: 40.1% (first count 35%; second count 35.5%; third count 37.8%)

Bruce Harrell: 59.3% (first count 64.6%; second count 64.2%; third count 61.6%)

RELATED: González concedes. Harrell slated to be next Seattle mayor

City Attorney

Ann Davison: 52.2% (first count 58.3%; second count 57.8%; third count 55.1%)

Nicole Thomas-Kennedy: 47% (first count 41%; second count 41.5%; third count 44.1%)

City Council Position 8

Teresa Mosqueda: 58.8% (first count 52.4%; second count 53.2%; third count 56%)

Kenneth Wilson: 40.8% (first count 47.1%; second count 46.3%; third count 43.5%)

City Council Position 9

Sara Nelson: 54.5% (first count 60.3%;' second count 59.8%; third count 57.3%)

Nikkita Oliver: 45.3% (first count 39.5%; second count 40%, third count 43.5%)

Seattle School Board District 4

Vivian Song Maritz: 71.7% (first count 67.9%; second count 68.5%; third count 70.2%)

Laura Marie Rivera: 28% (first count 31.6%; second count 31.1%; third count 29.5%)

Seattle School Board District 5

Michelle Sarju: 84.9% (first count 82.1%; second count 82.5%; third count 83.8%)

Dan Harder: 14.8% (first count 17.7%; second count 17.2%; third count 16%)

Seattle School Board District 7

Brandon Hersey: 92.6% (first count 91.4%; second count 91.7%; third count 92.2%)

Genesis Williamson: 6.66% (first count 7.6%; second count 7.4%; third count 6.97%)

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 1

Norman Z. Sigler: 25.1% (first count 26.2%; second count 26%; third count 25.4%)

Ryan Calkins: 73.87% (first count 73%; second count 73.3%)

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 3

Stephanie Bowman: 46.3% (first count 50.7%, second count 50.4%; third count 48.6%)

Hamdi Mohamed: 53.2% (first count 48.7%; second count 49.2%; third count 50.9%)

Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 4

Peter Steinbrueck: 46.1% (first count 50%; second count 49.7%; third count 48.1%)

Toshiko Grace Hasegawa: 53.4% (first count 49.4%; second count 49.8%; third count 51.4%)

KING COUNTY

King County Executive

Dow Constantine: 55% (first count 57.3%; second count 57.17%; third count 56.3%)

Joe Nguyen: 43.9% (first count 41.6%; second count 41.73%; third count 42.5%)

County Council District 1

Sally Caverzan: 16.2% (first count 16.9%; second count 16.7%; 16.3%)

Rod Dembowski: 83.2% (first count 82.4%; second count 82.7%; third count 83.1%)

County Council District 3

Kathy Lambert: 44% (first count 44.5%; second count 44.4%; third count 44.6%)

Sarah Perry: 55.7% (first count 55.1%; second count 55.3%; third count 55.1%)

County Council District 5

Shukri Olow: 33.8% (first count 30.5%; second count 31.12%; third count 31.84%)

Dave Upthegrove: 64.8% (first count 68.2%; second count 67.76%; third count 66.9%)

County Council District 7

Peter von Reichbauer: 67.4% (first count 68.4%; second count 68.41%; third count 67.9%)

Dominique Torgerson: 31.5% (first count 30.6%; second count 30.6%; third count 31.13%)

County Council District 9

Regan Dunn: 62.3% (first count 63.6%; second count 63.4%; third count 63.7%)

Kim-Khanh Van: 37.4% (first count 36.1%; second count 36.3%; third count 36%)

STATE OF WASHINGTON

Advisory Vote No. 36 (crisis response and suicide prevention tax)

Repealed: 54.1%

Maintained: 45.9%

Advisory Vote No. 37 (Capital Gains)

Repealed: 61.2%

Maintained: 38.8%

Advisory Vote No. 38 (non-binding question on captive insurers tax)

Repealed: 57.3%

Maintained: 42.7%