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City of Kenmore

Council Position No. 5

David Baker

David Baker

7416 NE 169TH ST


(206) 226-4321

Education: Iowa Western RN, University of Nebraska BS, MS, Iowa State University PhD
Occupation: Business owner and Councilmember

David Baker is a trusted and accomplished leader who listens to community concerns and works to make Kenmore a great place to live. He has a proven record of moving Kenmore forward while being mindful of your taxes and working for practical solutions. He has secured millions of federal, state and county dollars for Kenmore. 

Conscious of affordability concerns, he reduced taxes on utilities and opposed tax increases. A champion for seniors, David has worked to increase senior center programing and senior affordable housing. 

David has worked to open access to Kenmore’s waterways for recreation, including dragon boat, kayak, and rowing programs for youth and adults. David’s priorities are to ensure Kenmore remains affordable for seniors and families, advance our environmental protection work and keep Kenmore safe, affordable and healthy.  Let’s continue to have David working for us!  Vote David Baker!

Mark Prince

Mark Prince

19330 55TH AVE NE


(425) 485-0219

Education: B.S. Industrial Technology, Western Washington University
Occupation: Reverse Logistics Supervisor / Product Development

Kenmore is our city; let’s keep it a livable place for our families today and tomorrow. I grew up and enjoy living here; I’ve seen a lot of changes over the past 60 years.

I will work hard to bring the missing views of the citizens foremost and up front to the council. I bring real ideas with clear understanding on improving Kenmore’s carbon footprint that does not cost $$$$, keeping our family neighborhoods together without high-density, addressing traffic safety, neighborhood walkability and keeping the city’s management financially responsible and accountable for their actions on how they spend your money. I provide the attention to detail that’s needed, supporting new business and limit the use of Kenmore’s creative fees on services that the city has continued to levy on the citizens of Kenmore over the years.

Let’s work together, I’m asking for your support to the Kenmore City Council.

Jon Culver

Jon Culver

6741 NE 182ND ST # C403


(425) 286-9687

Education: Bachelor of Science, Information Systems Management, Auburn University. Honors: cum laude
Occupation: Technology Consultant and Small Business Owner

"Jon Culver is an absolute champion for local democracy, working families, and moving Kenmore forward." Corina Pfeil, Kenmore City Councilmember

"Jon will bring a new perspective and progressive voice to Kenmore.” Eric Adman, Northshore Fire Commissioner

"Jon Culver is a strong leader with the vision, values, and voice Kenmore needs as we build a resilient, sustainable, and vibrant future together." Tracy Banaszynski, Kenmore Planning Commissioner. Kenmore deserves leadership that empowers resident voices, actively listens, and prioritizes community goals. I am passionate about making our local decision making process welcoming for everyone, and committed to standing up for all our residents. As your City Councilmember, I will work to create more wins for the environment, and affordable housing through civic engagement. I now serve as Democratic PCO for Kenmore's largest precinct, and I'll bring this experience and hustle to City Council. Together, we can make Kenmore a thriving community for all.

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