SPOKANE, Wash. — The latest ballot count for the 2019 Spokane General Election is in for Spokane, Washington state and North Idaho.
Spokane County counted 153,051 ballots as of the count Thursday. There are still 3,500 ballots to count.
In the Spokane mayoral race, Ben Stuckart conceded to Nadine Woodward right after the first election results came in on Tuesday night.
Woodward is leading Stuckart 33,670 votes to 32,403 votes.
In the Spokane city council president race, 503 votes separate Breean Beggs and Cindy Wendle.
Beggs leads with 32,311 votes to 31,808.
The Spokane City Council races show Michael Cathcart, Lori Kinnear and Karen Stratton ahead in their respective races.
Stratton only leads Andy Rathbun by 311 votes.
Proposition 2, which would keep the city of Spokane from imposing income tax on residents, is projected to pass with 45,742 votes to 17,492.
Proposition 1, which would mandate open union negotiations, is also projected to pass, with about 49,110 votes to 14,390 votes so far.
Initiative 976, which would cap vehicle tab fees, passed.
Referendum 88, which would have allowed some types of affirmative action, failed.
A proposed constitutional amendment to add language about "Catastrophic Incidents" to the state's constitution has passed with about 65 percent of the vote.