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Council Position 1

Senayet Negusse

Senayet Negusse

PO Box 68927

SeaTac, WA 98168

(206) 422-6216

Education: Masters, Education Policy & Leadership, University of Washington, B.S, Speech/Hearing Sciences, B.A, Early Childhood Education
Occupation: Dual Language Learners Early Learning Coach, Senior Meal Program Coordinator

As your Councilmember, I’ll ensure the needs of SeaTac constituents will be first. With your vote, I will continue to advocate for safety and high-quality, comprehensive age-friendly services for children, youth and senior citizens. I will seek solutions to improve our city's infrastructure, improve our transportation systems and address challenges around accessibility.


As the daughter of Ethiopian refugees, I have experienced the struggles that many residents face. SeaTac deserves a strong economy that celebrates diversity, natural resources and small businesses. Affordable housing, transportation access and community safety are issues that need to be addressed with compassion and respect. I am committed to serve and amplify the voices of all our residents so that policies benefit our community now and for generations to come.


Endorsements: King County Young Democrats, 33rd LD Democrats, Senator Joe Nguyen, King County Councilmember Gossett and many others. I would be honored to have your vote.


Tony Anderson

Tony Anderson

3418 S. 194th Street

SeaTac, WA 98188

(206) 280-6754

Education: Doctorate, Education Leadership: Seattle University. Masters Business Administration: Boston University. Bachelors, Psychology: Seattle Pacific University
Occupation: Retired Police Commander, International Senior Police Advisor, Documentary Film Producer

With more than 30 years in public service, I am uniquely qualified to address the public safety concerns of SeaTac.  As Public Safety Committee Chair, I presented initiatives to Congress addressing Human Trafficking, Opioid Abuse, and Gun Violence!  Public Safety is my Top Priority, and I will continue to work with our First Responders to maintain/improve our Police, Fire, and Medical services.


Our airport proximity creates economic benefits but also creates significant health and environmental impacts.  I am a strong proponent of the quiet skies movement, ultrafine particulate studies, and alternate airport siting initiatives.  I am currently producing a feature documentary addressing the impacts of airport operations on our neighborhoods.


To Improve our quality of life, I will continue to support an aggressive sidewalk program, safe routes to school, and programs for our seniors and young people at our parks, Senior Center, and YMCA. I would be honored to serve!

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