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Council Position 6

Jeralee Anderson

Jeralee Anderson

PO Box 3553

Redmond, WA 98073

(805) 517-4537

Education: Ph.D. Civil Engineering, University of Washington; B.S. Civil Engineering California Polytechnic State University SLO
Occupation: President/CEO, Greenroads Foundation

As an experienced non-profit executive, civil engineer, and startup founder, I have dedicated my career to public service and sustainable development.


I am committed to creating policies and making decisions that promote a safe, prosperous, and resilient Redmond for residents, families, businesses, and future generations.


I am a passionate advocate for healthy, equitable communities, and environmental conservation. I will be a voice on the Council representing Redmond’s diverse businesses, startup culture, women’s issues, and STEM education.


I will apply my problem-solving skills and engineering creativity to future-proof Redmond’s infrastructure projects. I will make sure your tax dollars are invested in projects that enhance quality of life and do right by the environment. Together, we will make Redmond’s streets smarter, safer, and better connected for pedestrians, bicycles, transit, and for all ages and abilities.


I would be honored to serve as your Councilwoman. Thank you for your vote.

Jason Antonelli

Jason Antonelli

11414 160th Ct NE

Redmond, WA 98052

(425) 241-5719

Education: B.S., Computer Engineering, University of California at San Diego
Occupation: Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft

Jason has lived and worked in Redmond for over twenty years. He will use his no-nonsense experience and leadership managing large-scale projects to improve traffic congestion and keep our community safe.


Traffic has grown progressively worse and no real solutions have been offered. Jason will take a straightforward approach by establishing key metrics based on the most important commute scenarios to measure and approve all new traffic projects. Multi-year downtown vanity projects will be a thing of the past. Less time in traffic = more time with family.


Crime levels are too high – especially rampant car prowlings, thefts and vandalism against our places of worship. It has become increasingly hard to feel safe on our trails and in our community centers. Jason will focus on safety – not rezoning marijuana shops where our children play or supporting year-round homeless encampments in our neighborhoods and parks.


Please vote for Jason.

Roy Captain

Roy Captain

2602 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE

Redmond, WA 98052

Education: No education submitted
Occupation: Real Estate Broker, Vice Chair Planning Commission, Civic Volunteer

Roy Captain is passionately committed to representing you on City Council.


Roy believes all residents should thrive in our safe and vibrant city as we manage growth. He is committed to improving infrastructure and transportation systems while preserving Redmond’s natural beauty and environment.


As a member of the Redmond Planning Commission, Roy is already working collaboratively to solve the challenges our city and region faces. He believes Redmond’s future is bright and is committed to maintaining the quality of life our city offers through effective governance.


Roy chose Redmond as a special place to live, work, and raise his children more than 12 years ago. His community service began with Audubon PTSA and continues today as Vice-Chair of the Redmond Planning Commission. Roy brings years of experience working with diverse businesses and community groups of all sizes.


Vote Roy Captain for City Council Position 6 on August 1st.

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