King County Elections released preliminary primary election results Tuesday night. Madeline Coats/staff photo

King County Elections released preliminary primary election results Tuesday night. Madeline Coats/staff photo

Incumbent Ross and Armstrong lead city council race

1,429 ballots were returned out of 8,078 registered voters in Snoqualmie.

King County Elections released preliminary primary election results Tuesday night. Out of 8,078 registered voters, 1,429 returned their ballots.

For Snoqualmie City Council Pos. 2, incumbent Katherine Ross gathered 50.04 percent (690) of the vote, Anna Sotelo gathered 17.33 percent (239) of the vote, and Elaine Armstrong gathered 32.27 percent (445) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

Ross and Armstrong will likely advance to the general election.

Ballots were due to King County by 8 p.m. Tuesday. Early election results began at 8:30 p.m. Final results will be certified Aug. 20.

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