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Council Position No. 3

Peter Kwon

Peter Kwon

4455 S 164TH STREET

SEATAC, WA 98188

(206) 498-1919

Education: Network Services and Computing Systems, Bellevue Community College, University of Washington, Certificate of Municipal Leadership
Occupation: Systems Engineer, Public Servant, Volunteer

Thank you for sizable victories in prior elections as Councilmember. I'm humbled by your trust, yet proud of making SeaTac a welcoming place where everyone can thrive. People now choose SeaTac because we have a diverse, inclusive community.


For over a decade I’ve listened compassionately and delivered real solutions, reducing both crime and hunger. Starting with the locking mailbox program, recovering revenue from the airport, increasing funding for public safety and human services, making improvements to parks, roadways, and sidewalks, all without increasing city taxes. SeaTac is now the most affordable in King County. Holding weekly coffee chats and pizza nights, connecting neighbors, opening dialogues, and forging new relationships.  I love SeaTac and I love bringing people together.


I’m truly non-partisan, with endorsements spanning the political spectrum, including your neighbors, local businesses, and community leaders. We should be free from partisan bickering and keep SeaTac independent. Please trust me again.

Elizabeth Greninger

Elizabeth Greninger

18119 43RD AVE S

SEATAC, WA 98188

(360) 797-5778

Education: Masters of Social Welfare, University of California– Berkeley; Bachelors, Montana State University
Occupation: Learning Experience Designer, Amazon (2022-Present); Social Worker (2009-2022)

SeaTac is growing and evolving, and we have an opportunity to create a welcoming community where everyone thrives. My wife and I chose SeaTac as our home because we found a diverse, accepting community. As a social worker by trade, I face problems by tackling their root causes; I’ll bring this leadership style to the Council.


I’ll boost our local economy with policies that strengthen our small businesses and prioritize union labor for city projects. I’ll increase neighborhood safety by addressing crime and community violence head on. I’ll expand affordable housing by incentivizing developers and landlords. I’ll protect our local environment by ensuring responsible development that supports our neighborhood infrastructure, preserving greenspaces, and working with the FAA to reduce airport pollution and noise.


I’m proud to be supported by MLK Labor and King County Democrats. I’m committed to helping SeaTac reach its full potential and hope you’ll join me.

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