Enumclaw Library race tightens with pro-annexation leading by 14 votes | Election Results

The vote concerning the annexation of the Enumclaw Library by the King County Library System tighten to a spread of 14 votes for the annexation.

The vote concerning the annexation of the Enumclaw Library by the King County Library System tighten to a spread of 14 votes for the annexation.

Yes votes for annexation are at 1149 to 1135 no votes according top the latest results posted by King County Elections.

 

KING COUNTY

 

 

CITY

 

City of Enumclaw

 

Ballots Cast/Registered Voters: * 2286 / 6393 35.76%

Proposition No. 1

 

YES

 

1149 50.31%

 

NO

 

1135 49.69%

 

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