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Council Position 7

Corina Pfeil

Corina Pfeil

18904 68th Ave NE # H204

Kenmore, WA 98028

(425) 318-0103

Education: Behavioral and Social Health Services Undergrad Pre-Public Health; Lake WA College; and Dental; LWTech
Occupation: College Student, Community Leader, PTA Leader, Legislative Advocate; 18yrs Dental

I would be honored to represent the people of Kenmore on issues that concern us. I’m a community leader with a proven track record of success in public policy with workable solutions. Kenmore is a community worth fighting for: To ensure business, jobs and families can thrive; Secure affordable housing; Complete the walkways & waterways project for a connected and fun Kenmore - while protecting the delicate home environment of our blue heron, bald eagle, and salmon habitats. And, I'd be honored to ask for your vote!


Endorsements: U.S. Congresswoman Suzan DelBene; Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson; State Senator David Frockt; State Representatives Gerry Pollet; State Representative Javier Valdez; Seattle Port Commissioner Ryan Calkins; King County Executive Dow Constantine; Kenmore City Councilmember Joe Marshall; Former NSD Director Kimberly D'Angelo; 46th District Democrats; King County Democrats; King County Young Democrats; National Women's Political Caucus; and Equal Rights Washington

Van Sperry

Van Sperry

18920 71st Ave NE

Kenmore, WA 98028

(206) 375-5169

Education: Master’s Public Policy, Regent University. Associate in Nursing, Everett CC. Bachelor’s Human Biology, Newman University.
Occupation: Registered Nurse, cared for children with complex medical conditions

One of my early memories is moving to Kenmore with my parents in 1956. Growing up here, I enjoyed the freedom to explore woodlands, pick wild berries, and observe the myriad of wildlife near my home. I attended Arrowhead Elementary, Kenmore Junior High, and Inglemoor High School, graduating in 1968. These experiences anchored my heart and identity to Kenmore.


Since incorporation, Kenmore has grown dramatically but still has small-town charm and a beautiful environment. My wife Laurie and I enjoy exploring city parks with our grandchildren and participating in community life.


I’m running for Kenmore City Council because we need rational and responsive leadership for the challenges facing our rapidly changing city. I’m passionate about preserving the environment for future generations while accommodating growth. As your councilmember, I’ll prioritize public safety, promote affordability, and preserve parks and open spaces. Let’s work together for a safe, strong, affordable Kenmore. Thank you.

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