Sherril Huff, current King County Elections Director, holds a more than 2-to-1 lead over former King County Councilman David Irons in the vote for Elections Director, which was held Tuesday.

This special election was held after voters decided last November to choose an Elections Director, who previously had been appointed directly by King County Executive Ron Sims.

As of late this afternoon, Huff had 96,035 votes, or 45 percent of the total, while Irons had 40,884 votes for 19 percent.

And get this – this job pays $146,000 per year.

Not a bad gig during this economy, huh?

More info at The Seattle Times.

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2 replies on “Sherril Huff Will Most Likely Keep Making $146K Per Year”

  1. 146K is at least 46 thousand dollars too much money for any position in King County government, especially for running a Potemkin Village of an Elections Department where Dean Logan’s shadow still looms large despite that he is now ensconced in L.A.

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