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Busby, Spring take it in early Snoqualmie schools primary election results
It looks like Marci Busby and David Spring will face each other in the Snoqualmie Valley School District's seat 4 race this fall.
Early results from the August 6 primary show Busby leading the three other candidates with 30.9 percent of the vote, or 1,106 votes.
Spring had 27.8 percent with 997 votes.
Scott Hodgins had 21 percent, and 768 votes.
Stephen Kangas had 19 percent, or 679 votes.
There were 25 write-in votes.
The total of 3,575 votes is about 15 percent of the total number of 23,558 registered voters.
The King County Parks Levy is approved with 68 percent.
Follow result updates here: http://www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx