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City of Federal Way

Council Position 3

Susan Honda

Susan Honda

33714 - 4th Ave SW

Federal Way, WA 98023

(253) 293-8885

hondaforfw@gmail.com

www.hondaforfw.com

Education: University of Puget Sound, Tacoma General Hospital School of Nursing, Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership.
Occupation: Retired Registered Nurse. Community Volunteer, City Council Member, Deputy Mayor.
Statement:

As the Deputy Mayor, I have served the City of Federal Way with experience, common sense, compassion and proven leadership.

 

I’ve worked to improve public safety, address transportation and land use issues, support business and economic development. I support a balanced budget that addresses the needs of the city and citizens.

 

I work for the youth in our community to bring services, programs and support to all. I serve on the King County Board of Health, Federal Way Domestic Violence Task Force and South County Area Transportation Board. I have the experience and relationships with local, county and state leaders to advocate for Federal Way on important regional issues. I believe it is an honor to serve on the City Council and will serve the residents, businesses and citizens with integrity, dedication and common sense. I would be honored to receive your vote. Proven Leadership, Vote Susan Honda.

Rose O'Sharon (Sharry) Edwards

Rose O'Sharon (Sharry) Edwards

1600B SW Dash Point Road

Federal Way, WA 98023

(253) 315-1804

sharryedwards@comcast.net

www.sharryedwards.nationbuilder.com

Education: Practical Nursing Program, Bates Technical College
Occupation: Licensed Practical Nurse
Statement:

I am running to address the critical issues impacting the future of Federal Way including crime, the opioid crisis, homelessness, public safety, family wage jobs, affordable housing, and look forward to promoting tough regulations on illegal drugs in addition to promoting youth programs.

 

I have raised my family in Federal Way, worked as a nurse for over 25 years and am deeply involved in the Federal Way community serving boards, service clubs and Chair of the Mayor’s Task Force on Homelessness in addition to being a Sandy Hook Promise and SEIU1199 leader.

 

I spend my spare time volunteering and advocating for our youth as well as our homeless neighbors. The commitment you have seen from me in the community is what you can expect from me on the council. I am listening, involved, and promise you that I will continue to advocate and be a voice for you

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