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City of Redmond

Council Position No. 7

Angie Nuevacamina

Angie Nuevacamina

8151 164TH AVE NE SUITE 106 PMB 182


Education: Macomb Community College, Summa Cum Laude; Oakland University, Philosophy and Art History
Occupation: Financial Services Professional; City of Redmond Planning Commissioner

Redmond is growing in leaps and bounds. We deserve a leader with a vision for a more inclusive, welcoming city that creates a sense of belonging for all. Longtime Redmond resident, single mother, US Navy veteran, and member of the LGBTQ community, I bring a lived experience to Council that currently does not exist.


As your next councilmember my top priorities will be housing, safe and healthy communities for all, and transparent government that supports thriving businesses and residents. My deep relationships with other Eastside Leaders will enable us to work collaboratively while respecting our differences. I believe in the spirit of “Nothing About Us Without Us”, ensuring our most impacted communities have a seat at the table, and I will lead with a lens of equity and a deep sense of integrity and accountability to move us forward together.


Endorsements: King County Democrats; 48th LD Democrats; Representative Vandana Slatter 

David M. Carson

David M. Carson

16318 NE 50TH WAY


(206) 484-8480

Education: Bachelor's of Science, Business Management, Oregon State University
Occupation: Small Business Owner, Software/Hardware Consulting to Small Businesses

It has been my distinct privilege to serve on the Redmond City Council. In that time, we’ve undertaken the planning for the light rail system, planned for the growth in Overlake with utility upgrades, built the senior center, built a new fire station and planned for the residential neighborhood of Marymoor Village.


I serve our community with Redmond Kiwanis, the Redmond Police Foundation (including funding Redmond PD's sniffer canine) and the OneRedmond Foundation (activating our centers) that make significant impacts in Redmond. I also serve on the county Emergency Management Advisory Committee in addition to chairing a council committee and Community Facilities District.


I do Not support making city council a full-time job nor raising our salaries; it would mean terrible cuts to productive staff. Thank you for your past support and respectfully ask for your vote to re-elect David Carson on August 1st and November 7th for Position 7.

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