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City of Auburn

Mayor

Bryan Rivera

Bryan Rivera

603 3rd Ave SE

Pacific, WA 98047

(971) 704-1938

www.BryanRivera.tech

Education: Auburn Riverside High School
Occupation: Indie App Developer
Statement:

The people of Auburn have a choice. Do we continue the same old tactics to solve our modern day issues, or do we fight for a new progressive direction for our city?

 

Issues

 

Income and Wealth Inequality, Women's Rights, Quality Public Education, Racial Justice, Affordable Housing, A Living Wage

 

Our middle class is in a decline. As Mayor I will fight for the rights of workers to collectively bargain for better wages and benefits. Women's Rights are being attacked we will take a stand and combat these attacks in solidarity with real policy of our own. I intend to stand by our school district against defunding that is possible in the near future. Many types of violence are waged against people of color and indigenous Americans. Many of Auburn residents are spending 50 percent or more on housing. As Mayor it will be my priority to address these injustices.

Nancy Backus

Nancy Backus

1803 4th St NE

Auburn, WA 98002

(206) 459-9680

backusformayor@nancybackus.com

www.nancybackus.com

Education: Graduate, Auburn High School; A.A. Business, Green River College; and B.S. Accounting, City University
Occupation: Mayor, City of Auburn
Statement:

Proudly endorsed by: Valley Professional Firefighters; MLKC Labor Council, Master Builders Association; IAM #751; Teamsters #117, Seattle/KC Realtors; Washington Conservation Voters; 47th District Democrats; UA Plumbers & Pipefitters #32, your local Police Officers; Community Leaders and Business owners.

 

As your mayor, I’ve championed living-wage job creation and partnered with Auburn businesses helping them thrive, meaning hundreds of new businesses, and two of our largest employers expanded: Boeing and MultiCare – that’s more jobs for you!


As a strong, compassionate, experienced leader, I’ll continue working for you protecting & improving Auburn’s quality of life - continued investments in public safety, transportation and neighborhoods. During my term, we will have hired 11 additional police officers. I’ve secured grant funding - reducing congestion and improving our roadways. I’ll continue enriching our neighborhoods, improving our parks and increasing opportunities for families.

 

I’m asking for your vote because together we’ll continue Auburn’s progress and success!

Largo Wales

Largo Wales

11855 SE 288th St

Auburn, WA 98092

(253) 737-5553

lawales@comcast.net

www.electlargo.com

Education: BA, WSU-Education; MA, UPS-Administration; Doctorate, SU-Business and Leadership; Post Doctoral, Columbia University
Occupation: Deputy Mayor of the City of Auburn
Statement:

As I look around Auburn, I see a shabby downtown, rough roads, and extensive homelessness. As Mayor, I will make desperately needed decisions within existing funds to clean and make safe our neighborhoods, deal aggressively with homelessness, and improve the maintenance of our roads. Auburn's leadership needs to focus on projects that support our best interest, instead of funneling millions of dollars to regional projects such as ST3, a hospital in Tacoma, and Heroin Injection Sites that provide minimal benefits to our community.

 

I know I have the experience, collaborative leadership style, and the support of four of the six council members to take badly needed action. On my first day in office I will work with our businesses and community groups to re-create a thriving community.

 

I ask for your vote, to work with you, for you! Visit www.electlargo.com

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