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Nov. 2nd Election’s final results tabulated, certified,
Mayor-elect DePinto won in landslide with 70% of those voting for mayor!

Yelm City Hall public entrance.
Photo: City of Yelm

+ Key take-aways:

  1. The highest number of votes cast in a Yelm race was 1,370 for mayor, which included write-ins.
  2. 26.8% of the 5,107 registered voters in Yelm participated in a city of 10,000+ [Ed. note: pathetic, apathetic!]
  3. The county’s voter turn-out was 38.2%.

The Auditor released the Final Results at 1:44pm today!

+ Office of the Thurston County Auditor: Canvassing Board Certifies General Election

Yelm Mayor: DePinto led 70.58% with 967 total votes to 28.32% for Butler with 388 votes.

Yelm Council Position 3: Crossman led 58% with 758 total votes to 41% for McAtee with 536 votes.

Yelm Council Position 4: Smith led 68% with 891 total votes to 31% for Burney with 414 votes.

Yelm Council Position 5: Hess led 54% with 699 total votes to 45% for Roy with 588 votes.

Yelm Council Position 6: Kaminski led 59% with 790 total votes to 40% for Chai with 540 votes.

Port of Olympia District 2: Iyall led 52% with 35,236 total votes to 48% for Simmons with 32,385 votes.

Port of Olympia District 3: Evans led 55% with 38.030 total votes to 44% for Hansen with 30,324 votes.

Yelm’s Advisory Fireworks Ban failed at 56% voting no, 756-604 votes.

Click here for full results from the Thurston County Auditor.

Posted by Steve on November 23, 2021 at 2:17 pm | Permalink

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