Election results are in for SVSD school board races. From left: Geoff Doy, Linda Hamm Grez, Carolyn Simpson and Chelsea Rivas. Courtesy photos

Election results are in for SVSD school board races. From left: Geoff Doy, Linda Hamm Grez, Carolyn Simpson and Chelsea Rivas. Courtesy photos

Doy leads SVSD Pos. 2; Simpson leads SVSD Pos. 3

Preliminary results came in Tuesday night.

King County Elections released election results at 8 p.m., Nov. 5. Of 27,335 registered voters, 5,746 returned their ballots as of election night.

Three Snoqualmie school board positions were up for grabs.

Position 2

For Pos. 2 Geoff Doy garnered 68.43 percent of the vote, while Linda Hamm Grez received 31.13 percent of the vote, according to preliminary results.

Position 3

For Pos. 3, Carolyn Simpson garnered 66.02 percent of the vote, while Chelsea Rivas received 33.56 percent of the vote, according to preliminary results.

Position 5

For Pos 5, Ram Dutt Vedullapalli, who ran unopposed, garnered 97.47 percent of the vote, according to preliminary results.

Ballots were due to King County by 8 p.m. Tuesday. Early election results began coming in at 8:15 p.m. Final results will become official Nov. 26.

For more information, visit www.kingcounty.gov/elections.

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