Chapman, Vrable appear headed for general election in race for 24th District state legislative seat

Democratic Clallam County Commissioner Mike Chapman won 46 percent of the votes in the initial count of ballots Tuesday while Port Ludlow Republican George Vrable had 37 percent.

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