King County logo

City of Bellevue

Council Position 2

Conrad Lee

Conrad Lee

4409 138th Ave SE

Bellevue, WA 98006

(425) 747-0468

Education: B. S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan; MBA, University of Washington Foster Business School
Occupation: Boeing Engineer; Seattle Solid Waste Utility Manager; Small Business Owner

You have consistently elected me to be your voice. I am privileged to represent you as the most trustworthy vote on the City Council for lowering taxes, cutting wasteful spending, and creating jobs.


Bellevue has come out of the financial downturn with flying colors. Sound financial management has allowed us to make essential investments in transportation, parks, open spaces, public safety, community services, and neighborhoods. Consequently, Bellevue is vibrant with global talents, businesses, and quality of life second to none. Our public schools are ranked the best. We embrace and celebrate our multicultural diversity. Our future is bright!


I remain the voice of the voiceless. I support lower taxes, public safety, neighborhood quality of life, investments in transportation alternatives and technologies. As we face new opportunities as well as challenges, I am ready to tackle them on behalf of the people of Bellevue with collaborative and innovative solutions befitting Bellevue residents I represent.


I am accessible, accountable, and transparent. As an immigrant, I am proud to be an “American by Choice” fighting for what too many take for granted—“Freedom, Liberty, and Justice for all!”


There is more to do. I ask for your vote and your continuing trust.

Randy Grein

Randy Grein

15600 NE 8th St. Suite B1, PMB 343

Bellevue, WA 98008

(425) 256-0317

Education: University of Washington, Physics, Math
Occupation: Systems Engineer

Bellevue and the entire Eastside is again experiencing tremendous growth. Managed correctly growth will raise wages, increase security and provide stability. We can set aside for the future and still fill the needs of today. Unfortunately the downside of growth - increased traffic, unaffordable housing, displaced families and outright homelessness are also with us. Adult children are unable to afford to move out and stay in town, businesses struggle to find workers. Many fear the loss of neighborhoods if row after row of high rise apartments replace open spaces.


As a lifelong Washingtonian I have observed areas that get growth right, and others that are struggling to keep a livable city. As a Bellevue resident of 30 years I share your hopes for the future and present pains. As a Council member I will listen and work for you, my neighbors. People come first, always.


We can get this right but only if we work together. Business and labor together. Developers and residents. Young, old, students, professionals and retired residents. Vote for me in November and let’s work to keep Bellevue a beautiful place to live.


Endorsed by:

48th LD Dems

Senator Patty Kruderer

9 en-US Production

TTY: Relay 711

Sign up for email or text notifications