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Leading with nearly 72% of the reported vote, Hasan says she didn't expect such a wide margin.


Nadia Hasan defeated Patrick Wolcott in unofficial results for the Beaverton City Council Position 6 race on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Hasan had 71.8% of the vote compared to 21.1% of the vote for Wolcott in the most recent count.

A third candidate, Douglas Jones, currently has 7.4% of the vote.

When asked about the initial results on Tuesday night, Hasan replied, "I'm super-ecstatic. I feel like voters have an idea of what they want to see in Beaverton."

Hasan says she didn't completely expect the lead.

"We worked really hard with connecting with people," she said. "We put a strong field campaign together in terms of making phone calls (and) text messages ... we probably sent did over 10 to 20,000 text messages, phone calls, and pieces of literature."

The Beaverton City Council Position 6 seat was created by Beaverton's new city charter.

In May 2019, the Beaverton City Council put forth a proposed city charter to Beaverton voters, which was then approved during the election.

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