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City of Federal Way

Mayor

Jim Ferrell

Jim Ferrell

P.O. Box 6261

Federal Way, WA 98063

(253) 569-4482

JimAFerrell@comcast.net

www.JimFerrell.org

Education: University of Washington - Bachelor of Arts; Gonzaga University - Law Degree
Occupation: Mayor of Federal Way
Statement:

Federal Way is a community on the rise and I am proud of the progress we have made together!

 

As your Mayor, I will continue to put public safety first. My administration has added police officers, confronted gang violence, and opened our first downtown police substation.

 

We are transforming our city center with Town Square Park, the Performing Arts & Event Center, and a new American Flag on Veterans Way, while signing a historic agreement with the University of Washington to bring a campus to Federal Way.

 

We have recruited new businesses and created hundreds of new jobs for our residents.

 

We have endeavored to solve the crisis of homelessness through our city’s first Homeless Women and Children’s Initiative and Encampment cleanup efforts.

 

I ask for your vote!

 

Supported by 6 out of 7 City Councilmembers; Federal Way Police and Firefighters Guilds; King County Executive and Sheriff.

 

Together, We Can!

 

Susan Honda

Susan Honda

PO Box 23022

Federal Way, WA 98093

hondaforfw@gmail.com

www.honda4fw.com

Education: Tacoma General Hospital School of Nursing, Certificate in Municipal Leadership from Associated Washington Cities.
Occupation: Retired Registered Nurse, Community Volunteer, City Councilmember.
Statement:

Federal Way has been a great place to work, raise a family and enjoy life.  Unfortunately, rising crime, loss of jobs and a poorly run city government are threatening our quality of life.  We need a new mayor to address these mounting problems before it’s too late.

 

I’m Susan Honda, your city council member and voted the “Best City Leader” for 3 years.  I’ve earned a reputation for bi-partisanship and for keeping an eye on the city budget.   I believe the city should focus on the basics: more police, more jobs and serving the people.   This is why I’m running for mayor.

 

The decisions we make today about economic development, parks, housing, and how best to expand Sound Transit will decide if Federal Way remains a livable city with a vibrant economy.

 

I am endorsed by 3 City Council members and many elected officials.


Leadership you can trust. Vote Honda!

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