Incumbent Pete Holmes won the race for Seattle City Attorney on Tuesday, winning over challenger Scott Lindsay.

Holmes held a significant lead of 74 percent of the vote to Lindsay's 27 percent after a second round of results were released Thursday.

Holmes lists his accomplishments as leading on police reform; improving public safety; compassion for the homeless; environmental stewardship; and standing against President Donald Trump.

Lindsay, a former Mayor Ed Murray staffer, lists his key positions as reducing property crime with public health intervention; fighting the heroin epidemic; helping get people off the streets, and; resisting President Trump and fighting for immigrants and refugees.