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Council Position 2

Steve Fields

Steve Fields

13200 Old Redmond Road

Redmond, Wa 98052

(425) 444-3188

Education: BS, Accounting, Graduate studies in Finance, Certified Lean Six Sigma/ Government Management and Contract Negotiations
Occupation: Government and Corporate Finance and Performance Manager; Redmond Business Owner.

Redmond is experiencing tremendous growth and challenges. We need a fresh perspective and a clear vision to direct smart city growth. We need to build community not just buildings. Redmond residents should not subsidize growth while developers get tax and environmental exemptions. We need to ensure that they build what we as a city want, not what is easy to do. 


My experience at King County and City of Seattle and professional skills in budgeting makes me uniquely qualified to drive Redmond City Council forward. I will be the elected leader who connects with the community before big decisions are made. I will listen to your ideas and concerns, and ask the tough questions. My commitment is to serve the City with responsible oversight and ensure high standards of excellence.


Vote Steve Fields for a better Redmond future!

Endorsements: 48 District Democrats, former Mayor Rosemarie Ives, many of your neighbors.

Byron Shutz

Byron Shutz

3306 181st Place NE

Redmond, WA 98052

(425) 301-6386

Education: BA - Univ. of Colorado
Occupation: City Councilmember; retired manufacturing small business founder-owner

Re-elect Byron, an experienced and compassionate councilmember. Byron collaborates with regional leaders to provide opportunities for all Redmond families, with a focus on housing choices and human services that meet the needs of all ages and income levels. Byron understands the complexities of traffic congestion, and works a variety of strategies toward solutions, including alternate transportation, transit, and land use planning. He works to ensure Redmond continues to provide exceptionally high value for our tax dollars.


Local and regional leaders endorse Byron, including the Redmond Mayor, Council leadership, five former Council Presidents, neighboring city mayors and the 45th/48th legislators. He serves on the boards of Hopelink, Together Center, Schools Foundation and more. For a complete list of specific endorsements and extensive civic leadership, go to


Byron’s and Susan’s civic service since moving to their Idylwood home in 1994 have strengthened Redmond’s vitality and community inclusiveness.


Please vote for Byron!

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