Left: Sam Low talks with Karen Peterson in unincorporated Everett on Oct. 8. Right: Kristin Kelly awaits a answer at a home in unincorporated Everett on Oct. 14. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Left: Sam Low talks with Karen Peterson in unincorporated Everett on Oct. 8. Right: Kristin Kelly awaits a answer at a home in unincorporated Everett on Oct. 14. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Q&A with candidates running for Snohomish County Council

Republican incumbent Sam Low faces Democratic challenger Kristin Kelly in District 5.

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