Incumbents likely out in Snoqualmie

SNOQUALMIE - It appears Snoqualmie residents have completely changed the face of its City Council in the past two years.

As of Nov. 7, election results showed that Nate Short and Jeff MacNichols, relative newcomers to the Valley and to Snoqualmie politics, were maintaining leads over incumbent city council members Marcia Korich and Dick Kirby.

In the 2001 election, three Snoqualmie City Council incumbents were defeated by Matt Larson, Greg Fullington and Jay Rodne.

Short was leading Korich with 516 of the 1,014 ballots cast for that race (50.89 percent). MacNichols was leading Kirby with 523 of the 996 votes for that

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