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Angela Birney

Angela Birney

7345 164th Ave. NE, Suite 145-212

Redmond, WA 98052

(425) 200-5301

Education: BA Biology, Eastern Washington University; M.Ed. Professional Development, Heritage University; Leadership Eastside ‘17
Occupation: Redmond City Council President; Community Volunteer; Former Science Teacher

Redmond’s growth and change must be welcoming and inclusive, enhancing our quality of life. On our Council, I’ve led the effort to change all council meetings to live video, relocate our community center, increase tree canopy goals and protect open space, fund pool improvements, implement our Cultural Inclusion ordinance, and build more affordable housing.

As Mayor, I will keep working locally and regionally to protect our environment, promote small business, and create a more inclusive, affordable, and equitable community. Together, we can tackle the tough challenges ahead and create a Redmond where all can thrive.


I respectfully ask for your vote. Endorsed by: Redmond Mayor Marchione; Councilmembers Padhye, Margeson, Carson; Redmond Firefighters Local 2829; 45th LD Democrats; King County Executive Constantine; County Councilmember Balducci; Senators Dhingra and Kuderer; Representatives Goodman, Slatter, Springer, and Walen; Mayors of Bothell, Duvall, Issaquah, Kirkland, Medina, Mercer Island; and many more!

Andrew Koeppen

Andrew Koeppen

7126 180th Ave NE Suite C 104

Redmond, WA 98052

(425) 985-5124

Education: Telecommunication Engineering, Real Estate, and the school of hard knocks
Occupation: Redmond Small business owner, Realtor, and community volunteer

Andrew Koeppen is a proud American Citizen who completed his immigration process to become a US citizen in June 2018.


I’m running because I want to give back to the country and community that has given so much to my family. My international experience, my background in Telecommunication engineering, project management, small business, and Real Estate allows me to bring a vibrant perspective and vision to council; one which embraces the future, smart city technologies to solve problems, and one where every voice and person matters.


I believe every person is equal and should be treated with respect and dignity regardless of background, education, or politics. I will work so everyone will be treated with civility and respect so they can bring their issues, concerns, and solutions to city hall. I believe only with civil and respectful dialogue can Redmond become the leading city of the Puget Sound.

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 Administration Training
Occupation: Redmond City Council, Government and Corporate Finance and Operations Manager

I am the only candidate for Mayor with the necessary experience to lead our growing city.


My experience was hard-won, earned during 25 years of managing aerospace projects, from 12 years serving the King County and City of Seattle public by improving budgets and operational performance, from serving on Redmond City Council, and running a small business.


Redmond residents deserve a Mayor who will guide Redmond’s growth wisely and make sure infrastructure keeps pace. A Mayor that puts people first, always asking: “How does this benefit the residents and community?” I will lead a government that handles taxes responsibly. No more broken promises for neighborhood parks and city pools, while funding questionable, over-priced ‘prestige’ projects. Together we can commit to sustainability, grow intelligently, and build a great, inclusive future! We can make growth happen for us. Endorsements: 48th District Democrats, retired Redmond Mayor Ives, and many elected leaders and neighbors

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