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Council Position No. 3

Pamela Randolph

Pamela Randolph

85 222ND PL SE


Education: Water Wastewater Technical School; Bachelor's degree Business Administration, UW Management Program and Project Management Certificates.
Occupation: Semi-retired; Sammamish business owner specializing in wastewater regulatory compliance.

I have been protecting the waters of Puget Sound for 35 years. My career experience is wastewater treatment, collections, regulatory compliance, and creating effective sustainability plans. I have developed and managed operation and maintenance budgets and successfully managed multi-million-dollar capital projects while seeking opportunities for savings. My perseverance, creative problem-solving techniques, and integrity have served me well. This experience is what I will rely on as a City Council member.


My focus will be public safety, fiscal responsibility and ensuring that the city’s planned development reflects community interests. Preserving the local culture and viability of our community is important. I will seek input from you, the community, and ensure my understanding of the issues and long-term impacts prior to making decisions. I am vested in Sammamish, having lived here since 2008 and a property owner since 2016.


I respectfully request your vote for Pamela Randolph, Sammamish City Council Position #3.

Sid Gupta

Sid Gupta



Education: Studied Political Science at University of Tulsa; Native Plant Stewardship Program, Washington Native Plant Society
Occupation: Board president of environmental nonprofit; Sammamish Parks and Recreation Commissioner

I'm running for City Council to ensure everyone has a voice as we lay the foundations for a responsible, inclusive, and prosperous Sammamish. From my 8 years on the Parks & Recreation Commission, I've seen firsthand how a passionate community can influence the way our city works. As a Native Plant Steward and Sammamish's Volunteer of the Year in 2018, I have hands-on experience preserving our natural environment.


While Sammamish continues to mature, I will place sustainability at the core of our climate, urban forest, and fiscal policies. Our transit plan will be my priority as new trail and bike pathways connect us safely to our city’s future. I believe in working with our regional and state partners to tackle the challenges of housing affordability, economic development, and equity. Our diversity is our strength.


Endorsed by King County Democrats & 5th, 41st, and 45th LD Democrats.

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