Skagit County Commissioner Ron Wesen surged ahead of challenger Mark Lundsten after the latest ballot count was released Saturday evening.
A historic election — which saw a record number of voters turn out during a pandemic — brought out all kinds of emotions.
Ron Wesen gained ground Friday in his bid to retain his seat on the Skagit County Board of Commissioners.
With another 3,159 ballots counted Wednesday, no election results from Skagit County have changed.
State Sen. Liz Lovelett is leading Republican challenger Charles Carrell in the race to retain her seat after Tuesday night's initial vote count.
Democratic challenger Helen Price Johnson is leading the race for the 10th Legislative District state Senate seat against Republican incumbent Ron Muzzall.
First-time candidate Mark Lundsten carries a lead over incumbent Ron Wesen in the race for Skagit County commissioner, after Tuesday night's initial ballot count.
State Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, held a strong lead Tuesday night in the race to continue representing the 39th Legislative District when the first ballot count was released.