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2011 GENERAL ELECTION OFFICIAL RESULTS

The official results of the Nov. 8 general election, including those involving Bainbridge Island, were released on Nov. 29 by the Kitsap County Auditor's Office.

Bainbridge Island City Council

District 1 At-Large

• Steven Bonkowski 4,873 (53.12%)

Barry Peters 4,267 (46.52%)

District 2 North

• Anne Blair – 5,015 (57.90%)

Melanie Keenan – 3,626 (41.86%)

District 4 Central

• David Ward - 4,714 (55.39%)

Joe Levan – 3,773 (44.33%)

District 6 South

• Sarah Blossom 4,549 (53.42%)

Robert Dashiell – 3,924 (46.08%)

Formation of Port of Bainbridge Island Prop. No. 1

Yes – 2,515 (26.05%)

• No – 7,138 (73.95%)

Port of Bainbridge Island Commission Candidates

Pos. 1

• Elizabeth Murray – 2,567 (45.01%)

J. Michael Horst – 804 (14.10%)

Ross West – 2,158 (37.84%)

Pos. 2

Mary Victoria Dombrowski – 1,754 (27.82%)

• Jim Llewellyn – 3,531 (56.01%)

Craig Marshall Clark – 870 (13.80%)

Pos. 3

Ken Sethney – 1,117 (19.85%)

Walt McGraw – 1,516 (26.95%)

• John Papajani – 2,826 (50.23%)

Pos. 4

• Darrell McNabb – 3,5678 (71.49%)

Jennings Hanseth, Jr. – 1,237 (24.72%)

Pos. 5

Mathew “Chuck” MacLearnsberry – 2,055 (36.66%)

• Andy Peters – 2,179 (38.87%)

Tom Kane – 1,235 (22.03%)

Bainbridge Park & Recreation District

Commissioner Pos. 5

• Kirk Robinson – 4,870 (63.82%)

Ron Luke – 2,700 (35.38%)

Kitsap County Sewer District No. 7

Commissioner Pos. 1

• Roger Tielman – 184 (98.40%)

Commissioner Pos. 2

• Christopher Dew – 214 (80.75%)

James Olsen – 50 (18.87%)

Bainbridge Island Fire District

Commissioner Pos. 3

• Susan Cohen – 6,277 (98.85%)

Write in – 73

Bainbridge School District No. 303

Director Dist. 1

• Patty Fielding – 6,250 (98.75%)

Write in – 79

Director Dist. 3

• John Tawresey – 6,031 (97.78%)

Write in – 137

Director Dist. 4

• Tim Kinkead – 6,001 (98.78%)

Write in – 74

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