In the contest for the ninth seat on city council, Fremont Brewing owner Sara Nelson is leading attorney and activist Nikkita Oliver by 20 points. That margin could be difficult for Oliver to make up in the coming days.
Meanwhile, Ann Davison looks poised to defeat Nicole Thomas-Kennedy to be the city’s next city attorney.
City council incumbent Teresa Mosqueda is well-positioned to win reelection, the one bright spot for the city’s progressives. She leads engineer Kenneth Wilson by 5 points, a margin that, while likely enough for her to win, is nevertheless far closer than many had initially expected.
If Harrell’s lead holds, he will be sworn in on
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