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City of Renton

Council Position No. 5

Ed Prince

Ed Prince

PO BOX 58414

RENTON, WA 98058

(206) 478-3802



Education: Franklin High School, Washington State University
Occupation: Executive Director, Washington State Commission on African American Affairs

Twelve years ago you honored me by allowing me to serve as your representative. My priorities are the same as they were when you elected me:


Public Safety: Support resources for our police and fire so they can keep our neighborhoods safe.


Growth: Plan for smart growth that protects the character of our neighborhoods while providing options for affordable housing. Quality of life: Continue to provide first class services to our seniors, youth, and vulnerable populations. I continue to be a voice for Renton regionally. I was elected President of the Sound Cities Association. I have been elected to the board of the Association of Washington Cities and I have been working with leaders across King County to find solutions to the gun violence plaguing our communities. Endorsements include: Renton Firefighters, Laborers Local 242, and the Affordable Housing Council. more endorsements are listed at I appreciate your vote!


Marvin Rosete

Marvin Rosete

4004 NE 4TH ST, STE #107-410

RENTON, WA 98056-4102

(206) 856-8972

Education: Renton High School; Bachelors, University of Washington; Masters, Seattle University; Doctorate, University of Southern California
Occupation: Renton Arts Commissioner; Educator; Non Profit Program Manager

In this crucial election, Renton deserves a leader with unwavering judgment and a clear vision for progress—qualities that define my commitment to service. Several questionable decisions by our Council have jeopardized Renton's future Sound Transit funding and neglected our own human service and security needs. I will prioritize Renton’s well-being.


I bring over 12 years of invaluable experience in non-profit and government sectors, complemented by 15 years in the private sector and 20 years of community leadership, including membership in Rotary, Save the Cedar River, and the Renton Chamber of Commerce. I will fortify public safety, fervently advocate for improved human services, while enriching our parks, public art and public works that define the heart and soul of Renton.


I ask for your vote on election day. I look forward to working with you to make decisions that steer our city towards a better future, and a stronger Renton.

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