Kshama Sawant losing Seattle City Council race in early results
In early election results Tuesday night, Seattle voters are sending a clear message about the direction of the city and maybe Kshama Sawant’s future.
Below are the Seattle City Council results:
With just three incumbents running, we’ll soon see some new faces in City Hall. As for who those faces will actually be, here’s where we stand:
District 1: Lisa Herbold and Phil Tavel
Herbold has served on Seattle City Council since 2016. Her opponent, Phil Tavel, worked as a public defender and trial lawyer for 15 years.
Lisa Herbold (incumbent): 9,144 (51%)
Phil Tavel: 8,614 (48%)
District 2: Tammy Morales and Mark Solomon
Morales works a community organizer in Rainier Beach, previously running for Seattle City Council’s District 2 seat in 2015. Solomon served in the U.S. Air Force, and then with the Seattle Police Department as a Crime Prevention Coordinator.
Tammy Morales: 6,758 (56%)
Mark Solomon: 5,240 (43%)
District 3: Kshama Sawant and Egan Orion
Sawant has served on Seattle City Council since 2014. Orion runs PrideFest Seattle Center, and has led nonprofits and small businesses.
Kshama Sawant (incumbent): 9,330 (46%)
Egan Orion: 11,044 (54%)
District 4: Alex Pedersen and Shaun Scott
Pedersen was a legislative aide to former Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess. Scott is a filmmaker and author, and worked as a field staffer for Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal.
Alex Pedersen: 8,610 (58%)
Shaun Scott: 6,241 (42%)
District 5: Debora Juarez and Ann Davison Sattler
Juarez has served on Seattle City Council since 2016, working as a lawyer and then a judge before her tenure. Sattler worked as a caseworker in the U.S. House of Representatives, later becoming an attorney.
Debora Juarez (incumbent): 8,228 (57%)
Ann Davison Sattler: 6,078 (42%)
District 6: Dan Strauss and Heidi Wills
Strauss worked for a decade as a legislative aide and policy adviser for Seattle, Washington’s state Legislature, and the Oregon Legislature. Wills served on Seattle City Council between 2000 and 2003, and then as the executive director for the First Tree of Greater Seattle for the next 13 years.
Dan Strauss: 9,448 (52%)
Heidi Wills: 8,520 (47%)
District 7: Andrew Lewis and Jim Pugel
Lewis previously served as Seattle’s Human Rights Commissioner, and ran former City Councilmember Nick Licata’s 2009 successful reelection bid. Pugel served first as a Seattle Police Officer, then captain, before being appointed interim police chief in 2013. After eight months, he moved on to serve as the Assistant Chief before retiring in 2014.
Andrew Lewis: 8,429 (49%)
Jim Pugel: 8,632 (50%)