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Biden made some Spokane precincts bluer, Trump made some redder – and some flipped

Since Election Night, Spokane residents' choices in the presidential election have been clear. City residents went strongly for Joe Biden, the county Donald Trump.  The extent of that support and any shifts from the presidential election of 2016 weren't clear until tens of thousands of votes placed in drop boxes or mailed on Election Day were counted and the results certified on Monday.

Mapping the vote: Turnout

Spokane County turnout hit 40 percent in Thursday evening's ballot count. We look at where it's strongest and lightest inside.

Mapping the Vote: Spokane Council Dist 1

Incumbent Councilman Mike Fagan received strong support from his base in Hillyard and other northern precincts to build his Election Night lead.