SEIU 925 candidate endorsements 2019

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SEIU 925 members interviewed local candidates around Washington State for city council, county council, and many other important seats. Candidates filled out a questionnaire and were interviewed by a panel of SEIU members who recommended the candidates who will best represent the spectrum of SEIU 925 as a union: Family Child Care providers, K12 classified staff, higher education and local government employees, and nonprofit staff.

SEIU 925 local endorsements 2019:

State senate, 40th legislative district (special election): Liz Lovelett

King County Proposition 1: YES for Parks!
King County
Council, District 2: Larry Gossett
King County
Council, District 4: Jeanne Kohl-Welles
King County
CouncilDistrict 6: Claudia Balducci
King County 
Council, District 8: Joe McDermott

Bellevue City Council, Position 3: Jeremy Barksdale 
 City Council, Position 5: Janice Zahn 
 City Council, Position 7: James Bible

Bellevue School Board Director, Position 5:  Jane Aras

Burien City Council, Position 6: Sofia Aragon

Federal Way Stable Homes Initiative: Yes for Stable Homes!
Federal Way
 City Council, Position 5; Jamila Taylor

Kent City Council, Position 1: Marli Larimer
Kent City Council, Position 7: Awalah Farah

Kirkland City Council,  Position 6: Amy Falcone

North Kitsap School District, Position 5:  Kim Gerlach

Sammamish City Council, Position 6: Rituja Indapure

SeaTac City Council, Position 5: Takele Gobena

Seattle City Council, District 1: Lisa Herbold*
 City Council, District 2: Tammy Morales* 
 City Council, District 3: Kshama Sawant 
Seattle City Council, District 6: Dan Strauss*
City Council, District 7: Andrew Lewis*
*participating in Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program. For more information on how to use yours, click here

Tukwila City Council, Position 2 : Nancy Manos
City Council, Position 5: Dennis Martinez 

Vancouver School Board, Position 4:  Lisa Messer 
Vancouver School Board, Position 5:  Tracie Barrows

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