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City of Kenmore

Council Position No. 7

Corina Pfeil

Corina Pfeil

18904 68TH AVE. NE, H204,


(425) 318-0103

Education: Behavioral & Social Health Services AAS; Pre-Public Health *BAS Community Health & Epidemiology
Occupation: Councilmember Incumbent, Behavioral and Social Health Services, Policy, Governance, Contracting

Proven, dedicated, solution oriented leadership with a strong track record of success delivering results for Kenmore. During my first term in office I have delivered on affordable housing, miles of new sidewalks, public health & safety, Climate Action Plan with Housing and Human Services and supported businesses and our community with pandemic relief grants; working together to build a safe welcoming affirmring community centered around people orented places. I am honered to ask for your vote.


Endorsements: U.S. Congresswoman Susan DelBene, WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, State Senator Derek Stanford. State Rep’s Davina Duerr and Shelley Kloba. King Co. Councilmember Rod Dembowski. Kenmore Councilmember Joe Marshall, Eric Adman, Wendy Reynolds,  Transit Riders Union, Shoreline Firefighters Local Union 1760, Affordable Housing Council of King & Sno. Co; National Woman’s Political Caucus of WA. Planned Parenthood Alliance Advocates, Fair Vote WA, Victory Fund. UW Dist. Democrats. WA State HS Democrats

Nathan Loutsis

Nathan Loutsis

6700 NE 181ST ST #82942


Education: University of Washington, B.A. Political Science, Minors in Public Policy and Leadership (Dec. 2023)
Occupation: Student, University of Washington

As a lifelong Kenmore resident with years of service in our community, I am dedicated to our city. I will focus density and affordable housing near transit, preserve our environment and waterfront, create a walkable/bikeable community, support local businesses, and ensure a safe and healthy city.


I have served on Kenmore's Planning Commission since 2019 and have voted to achieve these goals. As a young adult, I have the unique perspective and commonsense approach needed on our Council. I have listened to residents regarding housing, the environment, and a thriving downtown. Your voice matters, and I will ensure your vision is represented. With your support, we can better Kenmore's future.


Endorsements: 1st District-King County Democrats; State Representative Gerry Pollet; Kenmore Councilmembers Debra Srebnik, David Baker, Angela Kugler; former Councilmembers Brent Smith, Stacey Denuski; School Board Director Bob Swain; environmentalists Eric and Staci Adman; first responders; labor; and other local leaders.

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