Incumbents in the lead in Snoqualmie City Council race

Preliminary election results for Snoqualmie City Council.

  • Tuesday, November 5, 2019 8:54pm
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Incumbents for the Snoqualmie City Council were fairing well on election night (Nov. 5).

King County Elections released preliminary General Election results around 8:15 p.m. on Nov. 5. Of 1,329,464 registered county voters, 312,930 ballots were returned as of election night.

In Snoqualmie, 1,609 ballots were counted out of 8,097 registered voters as of election night.

Three Snoqualmie City Council seats had races — positions 2, 4 and 6.

Position 2

For Pos. 2, incumbent Katherine Ross garnered 57.03 percent (864) of the vote, while Elaine Armstrong received 42.90 percent (650) of the vote.

Position 4

For Pos. 4, incumbent James Mayhew received 54.18 percent (836) of the vote, while Fuzzy Fletcher gathered 45.76 percent (706) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

Position 6

For Pos. 6, incumbent Sean Sundwall received 58.68 percent (892) of the vote, while William Donaldson gathered 41.25 percent (627) of the vote, according to preliminary results.

Ballots were due by 8 p.m. Tuesday. Additional ballots could be received in the mail in the coming days and the results could change. Final results will be certified on Nov. 26.

For more information, go online to www.kingcounty.gov/election.

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