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2017 General Election Results for Mill Creek and beyond

The first slug of ballots has been counted and most incumbents seem to have retained their positions. There are a few races that are too close to call as of Wednesday, November 8, 2017. 32% of the mailed ballots have been returned and about 60% of those returned ballots have been counted so far.

Returned ballots have been counted for the past few days and most incumbents seem to have retained their positions. There are a few races that are too close to call as of Friday, November 10th.

The Snohomish County Auditor’s Office reported that 32% of the mailed ballots have been returned and about 75% of those returned ballots have been counted so far.

Hearing to determine Mill Creek Councilmember Sean Kelly’s eligibility to hold office tentatively scheduled

The Snohomish County Auditors Office tentatively scheduled a hearing the week of November 13th to determine whether or not Mill Creek Councilmember Sean Kelly’s primary residence is within city limits.

The Snohomish County Auditors Office tentatively scheduled a hearing the week of November 13th to determine whether or not Mill Creek Councilmember Sean Kelly’s primary residence is within city limits. If he doesn't live in Mill Creek he can't serve on the city council.

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