Primary Election

Ed Bradel and Paul Rogge are leading in the race for a seat on the Concrete School Board, according to initial primary election results. 

Bradel, a retired educator, leads the race with 213 votes, or about 47% of the total ballots counted as of Tuesday night. Rogge ended the night with 187 votes, or about 41%. 

The third candidate, park ranger Jordan Mammel, held 50 votes, or about 11% of the total. 

Results will continue to be updated until the election is certified Aug. 17. The two candidates with the most votes then advance to the Nov. 2 general election. 

The three candidates are vying to fill the at-large seat that will be left by Sue Watts.

— Reporter Brandon Stone: bstone@skagitpublishing.com, 360-416-2112, Twitter: @Brandon_SVH

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