Did you vote during yesterday’s election? Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Did you vote during yesterday’s election? Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Preliminary results for August 2019 primary elections

The parks levy is passing, and Paul Fisher and Eric Heintzinger are leading the Enumclaw Fire Department commissioner race.

Below are the preliminary results for the King County August 2019 primaries, updated Aug. 8 at 3:41 p.m.

The next ballot count is expected for today, Aug. 9, at 4 p.m.

King County Prop. 1: Parks, Recreation, Trails and Open Space Levy

– Approved: 69.46 percent

– Rejected: 30.54 percent

Enumclaw Fire Department Commissioner Position No. 3

– Paul Fisher: 40.12 percent

– Brian Sierzega: 14.77 percent

– Eric Heintzinger: 39.24 percent

– Joseph Wicklander: 4.98 percent

– Write in: 0.89 percent

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