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Election Results

The political landscape of Bonney Lake snapped into clear focus election night.

Results posted Wednesday morning show Neil Johnson will be the city's next mayor after gathering 58.97 percent of the vote to Jim Rackley with 40.28 percent.

Dan Swatman will move from his Ward 4 seat to the At Large 1 position after taking 67.15 percent to 32.49 for Melvain Donyes.

David Bowen ran unopposed for the Ward 4 seat and Dave King ran unopposed for a second term in the Ward 1 seat.

In the Sumner School District race incumbent Sherm Voiles retained his No. 320 Director, District No. 5 seat gaining 58.64 percent to 41.07 for Cathy Freeman.

Mike Pavlik ran unopposed for the Sumner School District No. 320 Director, District 1.

In the race for Fire Protection District 22 Commissioner , Position No. 4 Tim Corliss was leading Victor Proulx by 50.14 percent to 49.53 percent.

Rick Kuss ran unopposed for Position No. 3.

Fire Protection District 12 had three position races.

Andrew Longstreth had gained 51.44 percent to Alan Kosko 48.08 percent for Position No. 3.

In Position No. 4 Douglas Hudson was losing 38.65 percent to 60.71 percent for Roy Mendenhall.

Richard Willner ran unopposed for Position No. 5.

Fire Protection District 22 lid lifts were both passing with Proposition No. 1 getting 59.77 yes votes to 40.23 no votes. Proposition No. 2 had 62.77 yes votes to 37.23 no votes. Each proposition needed a simple majority to pass.

Bonney Lake resident David Hyres was losing to Dick Marzano 54.42 percent to 54.01 percent for Port of Tacoma Commissioner No. 1.

Complete results are available at http://www.piercecountywa.org/pc/abtus/ourorg/aud/elections/misc/currentresults.htm

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