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City of Bothell

Council Position No. 2

Mason Thompson

Mason Thompson

11911 NE 155TH ST


(206) 552-9867

Education: BA Business Administration, University of Washington
Occupation: Bothell Mayor, business development in software

Bothell needs thoughtful, long-term solutions to our biggest challenges, including housing affordability, transportation, and growth. As your Mayor, I’ve helped secure landmark funding to invest in infrastructure, stand up our region’s first crisis care center, expand community engagement, and start Summer Nights in Bothell to build vibrancy and support local businesses.


I’m committed to finishing what we started with Bothell Landing and the former Wayne Golf Course. We should efficiently link neighborhoods to transit & services with trails & sidewalks, leaving our children a Bothell that is welcoming, safe, joyful, and accessible. With your vote, I’ll keep working here at home and building regional partnerships that deliver results. Continuing to serve Bothell as your incumbent Position 2 Councilmember would be an honor. 


Endorsed: King County Democrats; WA Conservation Action; Sierra Club; Congresswoman DelBene; Executive Constantine; Councilmembers Balducci, Perry, Dembowsk; State Senator Stanford & Representatives Duerr, Kloba; more at

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James McNeal



(452) 466-2599

Education: Juanita Highschool Graduate
Occupation: Construction Manager 25 years Councilmember 8 years Youth Coach 10

It’s been my honor to serve our community on council.

We had many successes during my tenure, including preserving open spaces (Wayne, and North Creek Forest), increasing police and fire staffing, two fire stations, roads, and sidewalks, saved the Senior Center from closure, built youth sports facilities, just to name a few. We had challenges, but when we did, I always supported what I thought was best for all of the community. In addition, I have represented our community on 11 different regional boards, building relationships for Bothell, getting regional funds.

More than ever, we need leaders that focus on the whole community and not be divisive. We need leaders that are positive toward community members, staff, and work well with others on council. With your vote I will continue to demonstrate these characteristics. I’m endorsed by current and past city council members, mayors, state legislators and county council members.

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