Hearing set determine Kelly’s eligibility to hold office
Last updated 11/15/2017 at Noon
The Snohomish County Auditors Office scheduled a hearing on Friday, (Nov. 17) to determine whether or not Mill Creek Councilmember Sean Kelly meets the qualifications to serve on the council by actually residing in the city he was elected to represent.
This hearing is in response to a voter registration challenge by Carmen Fisher, Kelly’s opponent in the Nov. 7 General Election. Kelly won re-election to a second four-year term with just under 72 percent of the 2,473 votes cast. Fisher collected 687 votes, or 27.8 percent. There were seven ballots submitted with write-ins.