Anacortes Mayor Laurie Gere is still No. 1, cruising into her second term in an uncontested race. First election night returns also indicate City Council incumbents Matt Miller and Bruce McDougall will retain their seats. In the meantime, vote tallies show that Port of Anacortes Commissioner Bill Short will likely give up his seat to opponent Jon Petrich. Also going in to the final vote count with substantial leads are Port candidates Ken Goodwin and Kathy Pittis. Candidates running unopposed this year include Gere, City Council candidates Liz Lovelett and Anthony Young, and School Board members Bobbilyn Hogge and Erin Rieger. Pictured here at a recent Chamber of Commerce candidate forum is Mayor Laurie Gere, moving into her second four-year term as Mayor. To see complete election results from the County Auditor visit http://results.vote.wa.gov/results/current/skagit/
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