Numbers change, but results the same in primary election

Marysville City Council challenger Mark James increased his lead over incumbent Donna Wright as more ballots were counted Wednesday.

It looks like they will be facing off in the Nov. 7 general election.

In the race for Marysville School Board, the numbers changed but little else. Incumbent Bruce Larson still leads with 42 percent of the vote, compared with 37 percent for challenger Vanessa Edwards.

The Maryville Emergency Medical Services levy lost a little bit of its lead – 55 percent in favor and 45 percent against. Only a 50 percent majority is needed to pass.

In Fire District 21 in Arlington, Ken Johnson and Eric Nordstrom are likely to move on.

For Snohomish County Council Position 1, returnee Nate Nehring increased his lead over Democrat Ray Miller of Marysville.

The county sent out almost 460,000 ballots. About 110,000 have been counted, about 24 percent. Ballots postmarked by Aug. 1 will be counted through Aug. 14. The election will be certified Aug. 15.

Candidate Votes Percent

Mark James 3,437 37%

Donna M. Wright 3,188 34%

Jason Call 2,668 29%

Bruce Larson 4,213 42%

Vanessa Edwards 3,658 37%

Clarence R. Shaw 2,079 21%

YES 5,358 55%

NO 4,302 45%

Eric Nordstrom 630 46%

Ken Johnson 428 31%

Randy Dobbins 305 22%

Nate Nehring (R) 9,387 40%

Ray Miller (D) 8,281 35%

Chris Ihler (R) 3,559 15%

Robert J. Sutherland (R) 2,413 10%

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