Woodward claims mayoral victory, Seattle progressives take a blow, and other headlines


click to enlarge Mayor-elect Nadine Woodward on election night. - ERICK DOXEY PHOTO
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Mayor-elect Nadine Woodward on election night.
ELECTION 2019: The results are in! Former TV news anchor Nadine Woodward celebrated a victory over City Council President Ben Stuckart last night at Barrister Winery.  "Alone, we can do so little, but together we can do so much," she told a crowd of supporters.
Meanwhile, the race for City Council president proved to be much tighter with Cindy Wendle leading Councilman Breean Beggs as of our last tally.

But wait! There's more!


Election 2019 takeaways...
If you were a Democrat in Kentucky and Virginia, Tuesday night was a good night for you. Vox has more takeaways in their winners/losers roundup.

Meanwhile in Seattle
"The Socialist ship is sinking..." the Stranger writes. With a record-breaking amount of Amazon cash dumped into the Seattle elections ($1.5 million), progressives took a blow in Seattle. (Though, it appears they still hold a majority.)

Spoils of war
You can't just take resources from another country — namely oil —as President Trump has suggested. That would be illegal. (Washington Post)

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