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Council Position 7

Thomas E. Agnew

Thomas E. Agnew

16435 Balder Lane

Bothell, Wa 98011

(425) 444-9494

Education: University of Washington School of Medicine (Paramedic Cerrtification)
Occupation: Currently Bothell City Council prior to that retired firefighter/paramedic

Tom and his wife moved to Bothell in 1982. Like the sign said “For a Day or a Lifetime.”


Tom has been a public servant most of his life. Initially in the military he was a medic on a helicopter in Viet-Nam. After the service he joined the Medic One program.He later lateraled to Shoreline in 1987 and finished his career in 2005.


During 8 years on Council he has been a true nonpartisan, doing what is good for the citizens of Bothell. He has supported Safe Streets and Sidewalks, North Creek Forest, McMenamins, Shelton View Forest, the Fitzgerald zoning, supported One Bothell, he has been an advocate for affordable housing.


If he is re-elected he will continue to be an advocate for Public Safety, Fiscal Stability, Infrastructure improvement, bringing in a Boys and Girls club, and our environment. He will bring a common-sense approach to our city management.

Aaron Moreau-Cook

Aaron Moreau-Cook

PO Box 1082

Bothell, WA 98041

(425) 919-4000

Education: Studied Business Management at Bellevue College
Occupation: Senior Engineering Manager at Microsoft Office 365

I am running for City Council because I truly care about our community. I will work for you, striving for common sense solutions and thoughtful planning of our community’s future.


We need to protect the unique characteristics of our neighborhoods and preserve the natural beauty while applying smart growth principles. We need to support our seniors by increasing aging-in-place services. Our city needs to have a voice in regional discussions, working to secure funding to improve transportation, acquire open spaces, support public safety and create more affordable housing options.


As Chair of Bothell’s Safe School Walk Routes Taskforce, I worked with community members, school district representatives, and PTAs to identify safe walkways and develop a list of prioritized projects.


I would appreciate your vote.


Endorsements: Deputy Mayor Duerr; Councilmember Samberg; Senator Palumbo; Representative Kloba; many former Bothell Councilmembers; King County Democrats; Snohomish County Democrats; 1st & 45th LD’s Democrats

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