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Council District No. 3

Kathy Lambert

Kathy Lambert

PO BOX 1138

WOODINVILLE, WA 98072-1138

(425) 891-2014

Education: University of Washington, BA Business Education; Teacher Certification; College of Marin, AA; Public Policy Certification
Occupation: King County Councilmember, former State Representative, former elementary school teacher

Kathy has a proven record of serving the people and businesses of District 3, our county’s largest district. She has the experience needed to continue providing these important local and regional services.

She is dedicated to both law enforcement and improving community relationships. This is vital as our Sheriff’s office transitions to an appointed position. Our police officers must have the resources and training they need to serve and protect our communities.

To help with COVID recovery, Kathy supported the distribution of $1.1 billion in federal grants to our small businesses and communities, as well as providing our neighbors with supplies to help fight the pandemic.

Kathy sponsored and helped establish the Department of Local Services, providing unincorporated areas of our district with similar resources as those living in cities. Her experience with law and justice issues has guided Kathy in developing programs that reduce recidivism and help people get their lives back on track. She has established multiple programs to help youth in crisis, such as FIRS, TRACE, and Safe Place. Her leadership with the Community Court Program began as a pilot in our district and its success has led to adoption throughout the county.

Her financial expertise helps our county maintain its AAA credit rating, saving taxpayer money. Kathy serves on the Flood Control District that develops plans and builds projects to reduce flooding and deliver habitat restoration. She has also led the update of King County’s emergency preparedness plans. Kathy has the experience and dedication we need representing all of us on the King County Council. Please vote for Kathy Lambert! Endorsed: The Seattle Times, Puget Sound Police Managers Association, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 587, Affordable Housing Council, Eastside Business Alliance, State Representative JT Wilcox, Former Attorney General Rob McKenna, Former Councilmember Larry Gossett, and many more.

Sarah Perry

Sarah Perry

1420 NW GILMAN BLVD #2824


(206) 228-0505

Education: Attended Seattle University, Ohio State studied transformational leadership, political science
Occupation: Small business owner, nonprofit executive, consultant; Not a career politician.

After 20 years of the same representation, it’s time for new leadership. Sarah Perry is the regional leader we need to address our toughest challenges with urgency, transparency, and accountability. She will collaborate for meaningful progress on homelessness, transit and the environment, will remove barriers for recovering small businesses, and help displaced workers in a changing economy.

Sarah brings a demonstrated record of effective, hands-on local leadership building transitional housing to serve Eastside families, investing in community nonprofits that improve and enrich our lives, and advocating for survivors of domestic violence. She will be a strong voice for safe communities through investments in mental health services, gun violence prevention, and reforms at the Sheriff’s Office that protect the safety of every neighbor.

Endorsed by leading environmental organizations, including Sierra Club and Washington Conservation Voters, Sarah will protect open spaces, forests, rivers and watersheds, and safeguard our rural communities and local farms.

With our communities on the front lines of the worst fire season in the climate crisis, Sarah will demand action to protect our health and future. That’s why she’s endorsed by our Eastside & Redmond Firefighters.

A transit champion, Sarah will expand transit alternatives and connections, including shuttles to Redmond’s new Light Rail and Metro bus service on the I-90 corridor. She will also address urgent upgrade and maintenance needs of our rural roads and bridges - a leadership failure endangering our safety. Earned Endorsements: Congresswomen Kim Schrier & Suzan DelBene; Governor Jay Inslee; Attorney General Bob Ferguson; Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz; County Executive Dow Constantine; County Councilmember Claudia Balducci; State Senators Dhingra & Kuderer; State Representatives Goodman, Thai & Callan; Joe Cohen; Nurses (SEIU 1199NW), Home Care Workers (SEIU 775); MLK Labor; Emily’s List; Planned Parenthood; Alliance for Gun Responsibility; 5th, 41st & 45th District Democrats; & more!

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