Summer Primary on tap as third candidate announces plan to run for Snoqualmie mayor

It looks like there will be a summer primary when it comes to deciding the next Mayor of Snoqualmie.

Current City Council member Brad Toft announced that he will  be running for Mayor of the City of Snoqualmie in 2017 and filed with King County Elections on May 15th.  Toft is the third person to throw his hat into the mayor’s race ring. Former mayor Fuzzy Fletcher and incumbent Matt Larson are also running.

Via press release Toft said his priorities as a candidate “are creating a vision for the future of city, increased economic development efforts, and improved community outreach. In addition to those priorities, he promises as Mayor to take a leadership role with our youth and in public education.”

“With 12 years of the same leadership, people want a choice in this year’s election. It’s time for a new chapter in the City of Snoqualmie.” Toft said.  His campaign website also launched at

The top two vote getters in the August 1st [primary] election will move onto the November general election. See King County Elections for more details.



  1. Sue Mackey says:

    Brad, as a councilman, have you demonstrated your advocacy for the community, a fix for public education and economic development that will divert tax increases away from property owners? Is there evidence to support that you’ve demonstrated the above from your voting record as a councilman? If not elected, will you pursue these same passions and professed know how as a councilman?

  2. Brad voted for the Snoqualmie Ridge Hotel amendments knowing that property owners within 500 feet had not been notified by mail according to municipal code.

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