After another group of ballots were counted in Skamania County’s primary election, it appears the pair of candidates to advance to the general election for seat three on the Port Commission have been determined. Todd Kingston has received 155 votes and Keith Chamberlain 146, with Jim Borup trailing with 109. For Stevenson City Council seat five, Glenn Morris has 96 votes and Mark Peterson 85, while Mary Repar has 74. Both of the ballot measures before voters were passing easily. The Hospital District number one emergency medical services property tax levy renewal was being approved by three-to-one margin, and the Home Valley Water District maintenance and capital improvement fund levy with a 60 percent approval rate. Under Washington law, ballots only had to be postmarked by Tuesday, so more votes may come in over the next couple of weeks. There were no primary elections in Klickitat County.