The only changes in latest General Election results show a narrowing of the gap between City Commission Candidates and new leaders for Grapeview and Mary M. Knight school boards.
In the race for Shelton City Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement, Kevin Dorcy lead incumbent Tracy Moore by 10 votes. That gap was 16 Tuesday night. As of the last ballot count, Dorcy has 719 votes (50.35%) to Moore’s 709 votes (49.65%).
The measure to change the City’s form of government from a three-member commission to a seven-member council is now passing with 64.33 percent approval. That’s 936 voting “Yes” and 519 voting “No.”
In the race for Grapeview School Board Director Position No. 5, Casey Breeze has taken the lead from Timothy Gero. Breeze has a 15-vote lead with 394 votes (50.97%) to Gero’s 379 votes (49.03%). After the first count, Gero had a 10-vote lead.
In the Mary M. Knight School District, Jennifer Phipps has taken a three-vote lead on incumbent Leroy Valley for School Board Director Position No. 1. After the initial count, Valley had a two-vote lead. The latest results show Phipps with 148 votes (50.51%) to Valley’s 145 votes (49.49%). In Grays Harbor County, the two candidates both received 17 votes.
The MMK construction bond is failing 60.12 percent of the vote. That’s 208 voting to reject and 138 voting to approve.