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Ruth Perez

Ruth Perez

P.O. Box 58364

Renton, WA 98055

(206) 335-8938

Education: Master's Degree in Business Administration, Bachelor's Degree in Communication Science, Advance Certificate of Municipal Leadership
Occupation: Renton City Councilmember, small business owner, and former Governor’s Advisor

Over the last several years, our city has grown tremendously. A booming economy and rapid influx of new residents has presented us with both opportunities and challenges as we look toward building the Renton of the future.


As your next mayor, I will continue to be your champion on everything from public safety to transportation and traffic to affordable housing. I will also continue to ensure that our city’s budget is meeting our needs and is spending our tax dollars wisely.


I represent a new source of energy and enthusiasm for the City of Renton. Now is the time to build on our city’s momentum and tackle the problems that threaten to hold us back. Now is the time for fresh leadership at City Hall and for smart solutions that move our city forward so Renton can continue to be a place that so many are proud to call home.

Marcie Maxwell

Marcie Maxwell

P.O. Box 2048

Renton WA 98056

(425) 466-8000

Education: Rainier Beach High School; Highline College.
Occupation: Business owner, Former State Representative, Renton School Board, Governor's Advisor

Challenges and opportunities facing Renton are issues that challenge the region.  Collaborating with regional governments, non-profits, businesses and local residents, we'll get results on affordable housing, public safety, homelessness, environment, traffic.  

I will ensure first responders have resources needed, ensure tax dollars are accounted for, champion business and good jobs, value our parks and trails, and improve transportation choices.  

I'll put my decades of leadership in Renton's neighborhoods, businesses, schools and community organizations to work.  My experience with public policies and budgets, plus relationships built locally, regionally and statewide will benefit Renton. Endorsed: Renton Firefighters. 11th, 37th, 41st, 5th District Democrats, Young Democrats, Laborers Local 242, King County Realtors, Jay Inslee, Bob Ferguson, Dow Constantine. Senators Bob Hasegawa, Lisa Wellman, Mona Das. State Representatives Steve Bergquist, Zack Hudgins, Tina Orwall, Tana Senn, My-Linh Thai, Bill Ramos. Renton School Board Directors Pam Teal and Lynn Desmarais. Thank you for your vote.

Randy Corman

Randy Corman

2216 Harrington Place NE

Renton, WA 98056

(425) 271-6913

Education: Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, UC Davis; Boeing Management Training; on-going Municipal Leadership Education
Occupation: Renton City Councilmember (1994-Present), Boeing Engineer/Manager (1984-2017)

Randy Corman has proven to be a dedicated leader and champion for the Renton community for 25 years as a Renton City Councilmember. He’s an optimistic public servant who intensely studies issues, finds common ground, implements affordable solutions, and leads the city forward. He brings 33 years engineering and management experience from an award-winning career at Boeing.


Randy has served five years as Council President, chaired all council committees, and represented Renton in state and regional forums. He's been instrumental in bringing the Landing, Piazza, Farmers Market, Southport, I-405/167 improvements, Seahawks Headquarters, Aquatic Center, Benson Hill Community Center, expanded local arts (including rooftop dragon), salmon habitat restoration, new parks and trails, and future water taxi.


"As Mayor, I'll bring enthusiasm, open-mindedness, collaboration, and desire to hear from the whole community. I have plans to increase public safety, housing affordability, business vitality, and transit options while reducing tax rates and traffic.”

Armondo Pavone

Armondo Pavone

P.O. Box 623

Renton, WA 98057

(206) 799-0867

Education: Renton High School Graduate, Shoreline Community College
Occupation: Renton City Councilmember; Owner of local restaurant, Melrose Grill

Armondo was elected to the City Council in 2013 and has served as Council President. A fourth-generation member of this community, he graduated from Renton High School and is the son of a retired Renton Police Officer. Armondo has owned a business in downtown Renton since 1985. For 30 years, he’s been active in the community and remains involved along with his wife and two young children.


As Mayor, Armondo will continue prioritizing public safety and crime reduction, building an inclusive city with opportunities for all, promoting investment and job growth, and improving the quality of life for our families.


Community Service: Renton Fire Authority Board, Communities In Schools of Renton, Renton Foundation Board, Renton Rotary. Endorsements: Renton Police Officers’ Guild; City Councilmembers Ryan McIrvin and Carol Ann Witschi; Rick Marshall, Renton Fire Authority Chief; Gary Kolwes, former Superintendent, Renton Public Schools; Mary Clymer, Renton Arts Commission; and many more.

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