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|Occupation||Member of King County Council|
Reagan Dunn (born 1971) is a member of the King County Council, representing the ninth district of King County, Washington. He was appointed to the council in 2005, after Councilmember Rob McKenna was elected State Attorney General. Dunn was elected to his first full term in November 2005. He was re-elected in November 2009 with 77 percent of the vote.
|Democratic||Shirley A. Gaunt-Smith||37.47|
|Non-partisan||Beverly Harison Tonda||12,820||22.49|
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