Host Chris Brown takes a look at election night results
VANCOUVER — Clark County TODAY was at the Clark County Service Center for election night coverage of the Nov. 5 general election.
Reporter Chris Brown and videographers Jacob Granneman and Mike Schultz were on hand as the first results were announced. The Clark County Today crew interviewed Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey and candidates who were on hand.
In the city of Camas, voters overwhelmingly defeated Proposition 2, which would have raised $78 million to build the proposed Camas Aquatic Center and make other improvements to athletic fields and other facilities.
In the race for mayor in the city of Camas, incumbent Shannon Turk is being challenged by write-in candidates Barry McDonnell and Melissa Smith. According to Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey, those results will likely not be available until the middle of next week.
In the race for the Clark County Council District 4 seat, Gary Medvigy, who was appointed to the council in January 2019, appears to have a comfortable victory over challenger Adrian Cortes, a former member of the Battle Ground City Council.
Kimsey estimates that when all the ballots are counted, turnout is expected to be at about 30 percent of registered voters.
Clark County Today will continue to report on the results of the Nov. 5 general election. To see a full report of the daily update to the results, go to https://www.clark.wa.gov/elections/results .