SEATTLE - Incumbent Teresa Mosqueda is leading challenger Kenneth Wilson in the race for the Seattle City Council at-large position for District 8.
Mosqueda received 56% of the votes while Wilson received 44% of the votes.
On Nov. 4, FOX 13 projects Mosqueda to win.
Mosqueda has served in Position 8, which is a city-wide seat, for one term since 2018. Wilson is a small business owner who says the current council does not understand day-to-day city operations.
Mosqueda declared herself winner on Election Night, despite the initial close race-- she was initially leading by 5.3%.
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