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Tight race between three Seattle City Attorney candidates in early results

Pete Holmes (left), Nicole Thomas-Kennedy (center), and Ann Davison (right).

Ann Davison has a slight lead over candidates Pete Holmes and Nicole Thomas-Kennedy in the race for Seattle City Attorney in early primary election returns Tuesday night.

Davison has 34.64% of the vote, followed by Holmes with 32.8% and Thomas-Kennedy with 32.15%.

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Holmes announced his bid for a fourth term in early February, and for the months that followed, he appeared to largely be running unopposed. Davison and Thomas-Kennedy threw their hats in the ring just before the city’s late-May filing deadline.

Davison cites the need “to have a sense of public safety” as one of her primary reasons for deciding to run for public office for the third time in as many years.

On Thomas-Kennedy’s campaign website, she outlines her priorities to decriminalize drugs and sex work, defund the police department, tax the wealthy, and end the prosecution of misdemeanors committed from “circumstances of poverty.”

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