Poll: Bruce Harrell leads in Seattle mayoral race, but many voters are still undecided

With Seattle’s Nov. 2 general election just weeks away, many voters remain undecided about the future leadership of the city.

The new Crosscut/Elway poll revealed that similar to the primary election results, Bruce Harrell, former Seattle City Council president, held a lead over current City Council President Lorena Gonzalez, with Harrell polling 42% and Gonzalez at 27%. However, a large group of voters — 24% — remained undecided.

For position 8 on the Seattle City Council, incumbent Teresa Mosqueda polled 33% over newcomer civil engineer Kenneth Wilson, who polled at 17%. Still even more voters remained undecided: 39%, according to the poll. Fremont Brewing co-owner Sara Nelson had just a five

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