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City of Kent

Council Position No. 3

Kelly Wiggans-Crawford

Kelly Wiggans-Crawford

PO BOX 263

KENT, WA 98035

(206) 235-4501

Education: Kent-Meridian High School. Bachelor of Arts, Washington State University
Occupation: Certified Paralegal

I was raised on Scenic Hill and lived 22 years in a home on the Green River.  I am not a politician and am not pushing a personal agenda but want what is best for all of Kent.  I am a mom, wife, and concerned citizen with a unique insight into what impacts Kent residents.  I am married to a Navy veteran who is a small business owner.  I am passionate about creating a safe community, addressing homelessness, and encouraging small businesses.

Because of my work experience for both small, family-owned companies and major corporations, I understand the importance of budgeting, finance, and the art of negotiating.  I have brokered deals between the companies I worked for and their customers to create win-win situations.  I am solutions driven and enjoy thinking outside the box to create amicable outcomes.

Through my attendance of the Kent City Council meetings over the last year, I have learned a lot about what it will take to contribute to helping Kent achieve its goal of being a welcoming and great city.  I want to embrace Kent’s diversity, help lend a voice to those communities who do not always get heard, and ensure everyone is represented.

Jamie Lee

Jamie Lee

22006 120TH AVE SE

KENT, WA 98031

(206) 446-2388

Education: Kentwood High School, Green River Community College, Euro Institute of Skin Care
Occupation: All Aglow Spa-Kent, Owner

I grew up in a working-class family on East Hill with my parents and two brothers. After becoming a licensed skin therapist, and having two boys of my own, I opened a spa providing wellness care. This space serves the community with rewards given to our teachers, first responders, and retired or active military members. 

My family has experienced the effects of a loved one with addiction. Volunteer work with families in recovery prepares me to tackle this issue. Like you, I see crime and homelessness increasing. Our small businesses and neighbors need relief. Reduction of these issues means support of our first responders and recovery specialists.

I will fight the addiction crisis with tough love. I will always listen to all residents' viewpoints before voting. With common sense over politics, together we will find proactive solutions that work. I’ll continue the enhancements of our at-risk youth resources and parks for generations to enjoy. Your vote for me is for a Kent you're proud to call home.

Volunteering includes: Board of Directors Kent Downtown Partnership; Homeless outreach Seattle, Kent, and Puyallup, Celebrate Recovery kids/teen program director; treatments for KSD415 educators; coaching Kent Parks sports for my boys.


John Boyd

John Boyd

23406 Pacific Coast Hwy S, Suite 106 P.O. Box 3042

Kent, WA 98089

(206) 963-8386

Education: Highline College, Human Service degree with a certification in Chemical Dependency Treatment.
Occupation: Retired, Lead Quality Inspector at Boeing, Drug Counselor, US Navy.

I am running for Kent City Council because I want to help the City of Kent make the right decisions as the City deals with the challenges of growth.  I want Kent to be a better place to live, work, play, and raise a family.


My wife Cheryl and I have lived in Kent for 27 years.  Cheryl is a retired Registered Nurse and our two sons graduated from Kent Meridian High School.  I am a board member for Therapeutic Health Services.  THS is a nonprofit that helps people overcome drug and alcohol dependency, and mental health problems.  At Boeing I supervised a team that ensured the quality of wiring, electronics, and other components inside passenger cabins.


My top priority will be dealing with homelessness and drug and alcohol dependency.  I also want to improve public safety, attract new business, and help get people back to work.  Maintaining fiscal responsibility to make sure your tax dollars are spent wisely is important, too.


I am proud to be endorsed by local Democratic Party organizations, Senators Karen Keiser and Claudia Kauffman, and many more.  However, the endorsement that matters most to me is yours.  I hope I can count on your vote.

Michael Ferguson

Michael Ferguson

6121 S 242ND PL # 10-301

KENT, WA 98032

Education: Bachelor of Arts in English, University of Notre Dame du Lac
Occupation: Financial Manager at Interior Logic Group Builder Services PNW

I believe a prosperous economy comes from a community that is happy, healthy, and well educated.  As your elected representative I will try to foster a community and city council that supports and respects everyone in their pursuit of happiness.  I plan to achieve this by integrating proven solutions to our modern problems.

While many of my long-term goals may be considered lofty. there are always small steps that can be taken to drive us forward.  Some of these steps are reviewing and adapting the zoning and building regulations to focus on walkability, beauty, and affordability; maintaining and improving the Free Meal school programs to make sure our children can focus on learning so they can be prepared to build their future; and work on environmental regulations that will make sure that those children have a future to build.

Every decision I make will be based on a respect for the intelligence and the dignity of individuals to choose their own path to happiness.

Cody T. Clark

Cody T. Clark

26530 99TH PL S

KENT, WA 98030

(206) 794-6925

Education: Green River College AA Degree, Bachelors in Business Management (in progress)
Occupation: Construction Inspector

Hello, Kent! My name is Cody T. Clark, and I'm running for City Council. As a lifelong resident of Kent, I've seen our city grow and change in many ways. I believe that we need strong leadership to help guide us through the challenges of the future.

I'm committed to making Kent a better place to live, work, and raise a family. I believe that we need to invest in our community, from our local businesses to our schools and everything in between, but most importantly in our residents.

I'm also committed to transparency and accountability in government, I have worked in local government for the last decade focusing on public works. I want to be the voice of our community and I believe that I have the leadership skills required to lead our community in the right direction. 

I'm excited about Kent’s future, and I believe that we can build a city that we can all be proud of. I hope that you'll join me in this effort, and I ask for your vote on election day. Thank you!

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