McDonald and Younger appear to win Bremerton city council races


It looks like Jerry McDonald will be joining the Bremerton City Council soon.

In the race for Council District 3, Jerald "Jerry" McDonald unseated incumbent councilman Adam Brockus 52 to 47 percent according to vote totals released Tuesday evening by the Kitsap County Auditor's office.

In Council District 7, Eric Younger defeated Nick Wofford with 60 percent of the vote to Wofford's 38 percent. Both currently serve on the council, but with re-districting, were forced to run against each other.

Other council race winners Tuesday were Mike Sullivan, Leslie Daugs, Greg Wheeler, Dino Davis and Roy Runyon. Daugs and Wheeler ran unopposed.

Sullivan took 60 percent of the vote in his race. Davis garnered 61 percent of the vote in District 5 and Runyon received 52 percent of the vote in the race for the District 6 seat.

That race was one of the closest in the city council races. His opponent Faye Flemister received 47 percent of the vote.

Another vote total is expected to be released by the county Wednesday.



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