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City of Auburn

Council Position No. 5

Education: First in family to graduate college. BA in Communications, Pacific Lutheran University
Occupation: Council Member, City of Auburn

I am running for re-election to create a welcoming environment where residents want to live, work and see their businesses flourish.  It's important to have an inclusive community where all people feel accepted.  As a resident of Auburn for the past 18 years, I have seen the rise in crime and the increasing number of homeless on the street.  As residents, we all want to feel safe and ensure that everyone in our community has a place to call home.  And we want a thriving community full of economic growth.  I intend to keep fighting for this by implementing new drug laws, expanding mental health services, increasing patrols, and revitalizing the Downtown. 


We have to face these issues head-on.  As a single working mother of 2 sons, I know hard work and I plan to use that same determination to continue working hard for you. I ask for your vote.


Clinton Taylor

Clinton Taylor


AUBURN, WA 98071

(253) 258-2474

Education: BS in Human Development-Warner Pacific College; MA in Organizational Leadership, Brandman University.
Occupation: Founder/Executive Director, Your Money Matters Mentoring. (US Army Veteran-Desert Storm)

My family has lived in Auburn for the past 12 years. I currently serve as a board member on the Auburn Public School Foundation, JumpStart Washington Coalition and I am a council member on the Washington State Partnership on Juvenile Justice Council. Serving on these boards and councils has provided me with valuable experience working with leaders in the public and private sector.


If elected to city council, I will work with other council members and our mayor to make decisions based not just on immediate need, but with an eye toward the future. I will work to make city government more transparent and fiscally responsible and keeping our neighborhoods safe and crime rates low and to find and implement solutions for the homeless issues plaguing our city. Together we can make Auburn better than ever. I humbly ask for your support and vote.



For More Information: 253-258-2474


Adeeb Altallal

Adeeb Altallal

PO BOX 1619

AUBURN, WA 98071

(206) 669-9601

Education: Bachelor's in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Washington State University.
Occupation: Utilities Engineer, Broker, Notary Public, and Soccer Coach.

We deserve a leader that will listen openly to the community’s ideas and not just go through the motions of conducting a Committee or Council Meeting. The new leader needs to be ambitious to usher us into the future, while forging a relationship with new and existing small and local businesses to encourage them to flourish in our City and revitalize the Downtown area. Increasing the safety for residents and businesses alike is a hurdle we need to overcome immediately.  The answer will never be simply increasing or reducing the Police budget. We need a fundamental restructuring of an essential organization to make sure it works for and with its residents.  


We need to continue having these difficult conversations; our kids deserve a safe learning environment; our residents deserve a lively and bustling Downtown. Those changes start with your vote.



I plan to earn your vote to become that leader.


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