City councilmembers remain the same following elections

Voter turnout 0.79 percent lower than state average

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All Pullman City Council incumbents claimed victory in their respective elections after the final vote tally.

Eileen Macoll, at-large, defeated challenger Francis Benjamin with 51.29 percent of the vote to Benjamins’s 48.1 percent — a difference of 131 votes, according to the Whitman County Election website.

Ann Parks, Ward 1, won over challenger Chris Johnson with 51.41 percent of the vote to Johnson’s 48.09 percent —  a difference of 93 votes, according to the election website.

Approximately 44.4 percent of people in Whitman County voted in this election. The average for Washington was 45.19 percent voter turnout.