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Council Position 1

Keith A. McGlashan

Keith A. McGlashan

PO Box 60054

Shoreline, WA 98160

(206) 841-8686

Education: Associates Degree, Arts and Science
Occupation: Shoreline Council Member and Past Mayor, Realtor, Small Business Owner.

Vote for me to continue our vision! Citizens advocated for a safe and progressive city. I listened and worked hard to bring our dream alive. Safer roads with new sidewalks, beautiful parks, less crime and thriving businesses all contribute to a 93% citizen satisfaction rate.


Amidst growth, we must protect our small-town feel.


I voted to add parks and accessible programs, and support our police. I’m working to bring businesses and jobs, concentrate growth near light rail, and reduce congestion. I champion underrepresented voices and our social safety net. I support the Paris Agreement and fight for our environment.


Our Democratic values are under threat. Let’s work together to ensure Shoreline stands strong.


30+ years’ service to Shoreline including Shoreline Public Schools Foundation President; Northshore/ Shoreline Community Network; Shoreline Rotary Excellence in Ethics Award


Select Endorsements: KC Police Guild; Representative Kagi; County Councilmember Dembowski; Affordable Housing Council; Many Democratic Neighbors.

Jin-Ah Kim

Jin-Ah Kim

PO Box 55892

Shoreline, WA 98155

(206) 707-9220

Education: attended Rochester Institute of Technology, Photojournalism; Shoreline Community College, A.A.
Occupation: Photojournalist, 2017 Legislative Session. Volunteer Mental Health and Addiction Advocate

I’m running for the people of Shoreline who feel that they have no voice. We deserve a City Council that represents our best interests – not special interests. The Light Rail stations and Point Wells development will forever change Shoreline and we must manage that responsibly.


I will be an inclusive and determined force for all of Shoreline. We’re experiencing growth pushing Seattle’s problems into our city. As a teen, I was addicted to Opioids. I recovered from these exact issues coming to Shoreline and will use my lived experience to better inform public decisions at the local level: rising addiction, homelessness, and affordability.


In the spirit of rotation, it’s important to bring new perspectives as often as possible. As Councilmember my focus will be on financial sustainability and expanding services for our vulnerable community members.


Endorsements: Congresswoman Jayapal, Senator Chase, Representative Ryu, King County & 32nd Democrats, NARAL Pro-Choice-WA


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