A tight race Wednesday morning continues in King City as a pair of challengers seek positions on the city council.
Two newcomers are challenging some incumbents on the King City City Council.
Shawna Thompson and Kate Mohr are seeking 4-year terms. Thompson is currently on the council, having been appointed to fill the seat of John Boylston.
The four at-large candidates on the ballot are Thompson, Mohr, and two incumbents: Smart Ocholi and Gretchen Buehner.
Vote totals Wednesday morning still show the three top vote getters are: Kate Mohr with 27.48 percent of the vote. Incumbent Smart Ocholi has 24.79 percent, newcomer Shawna Thompson has 24.20 percent. Incumbent Gretchen Buehner has 22.50 percent. Results are not official.
The three top vote getters Tuesday evening will each be elected to serve terms that begin in January.
Thompson is in the real estate business. Mohr is a fourth-grade teacher at Willamette Connections Academy, a public online school.
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