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City of Federal Way

Council Position 6

Martin A. Moore

Martin A. Moore

1600-B SW Dash Point Rd #441

Federal Way, WA 98023

(253) 653-3825

Martin@PeopleforMartinMoore.com

www.PeopleforMartinMoore.com

Education: Graduated from Decatur High School in Federal Way; earned B.A. at Saint Martin’s University
Occupation: Councilmember; school Development Director; ARC of King County disability advocate
Statement:

As a Bulgarian orphan, I remember wondering what kind of future I’d have. Happily, I was adopted at age 8 and brought home to Federal Way, where I received a family, an education, a beautiful wife, and a future I couldn't have imagined.
        
As Your Councilmember, I’m proud to work with You. Our partnership has added a police substation and more officers, weathered the recession, and advocated for Everyone in our diverse community. 
        
Now, let’s attack the root causes of crime with more jobs, skills training, and pre-K mentorship programs. Let’s lower hurdles for new business. And let’s take bold stands against drugs, discrimination, and anything seeking to divide us.
            
I’m committed to giving back to the city that gave me everything, and I humbly ask for your vote. For Federal Way, let's continue finding solutions. Together.
          
Proudly endorsed by Democrats, Republicans, Independents, and labor, business, and environmental groups.    

Roger Flygare

Roger Flygare

1715 South 324th Place, Ste 250

Federal Way, WA 98003

(253) 214-2999

flygarefwcc6@gmail.com

www.flygarefwcc6.com

Education: Degrees in Business & Court Reporting
Occupation: Small business owner & CEO, legal services, 30 years
Statement:

I am a Vietnam Veteran and VFW Post 1741 Service & JAG Officer helping vets with medical/legal issues, a member of the FW Kiwanis, the FW Chamber of Commerce, the Association of Washington Business, and a volunteer student mentor at Todd Beamer High School. We raised our family in FW where I coached youth sports. I worked to pass House Bill 2005 in 2017 to simplify doing business in Washington.

 

I will be a voice of reason on issues affecting our community and help to find local and regional solutions for making our neighborhoods safe, controlling the number of apartments being built, homelessness, attracting new businesses providing family wage jobs, creating sustainable downtown development, and responsible use of city resources and monies.

I have walked our neighborhoods and listened to your concerns. I will be your voice while bringing strong leadership to the FW City Council.

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