Port of Olympia District 2 commission candidate Bill Fishburn (left) and incumbent Bill McGregor are separated by 835 votes after Monday’s updated ballot count.
Port of Olympia District 2 commission candidate Bill Fishburn (left) and incumbent Bill McGregor are separated by 835 votes after Monday’s updated ballot count. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com
Port of Olympia District 2 commission candidate Bill Fishburn (left) and incumbent Bill McGregor are separated by 835 votes after Monday’s updated ballot count. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com

The chance of a recount in the Port of Olympia District 2 race appears to be fading away

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