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City of Bothell

Council Position No. 1

Jeanne Zornes

Jeanne Zornes



Education: Speech and Hearing, BS University of Washington, M.Ed Deaf Ed, University of Washington
Occupation: Substitute Teacher grades K-12 Northshore School District

Raising our family Bothell gave me years of experience and insight about thoughtful growth for everyone living here. It has out-paced infrastructure. Our wonderful parks are poised to offer more for all ages and interests. Our trees and salmon need to be part of the conversation. Main Street needs that small town feel now more than ever. 


We need regional mental and addiction therapies that are too big to fix alone. I will not reduce public safety funding, especially the 2018 community approved police and fire levy.


As your councilmember, it has been an honor to advocate for you. We saved Yakima Fruit Market, became more mindful of accessible growth and increased financial stability. I have strived for varied and affordable housing for all, safer streets to live and travel on, more city transparency, and stronger neighborhoods. With many endorsements from community, business and legislative leaders, your vote matters most.

Han Tran

Han Tran

PO BOX 111


(425) 780-5311

Education: Bachelors+Masters, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering (WSU+Georgia Tech). Certificate, Financial Accounting, Business Analytics (Harvard).
Occupation: Product Innovation Manager for a local engineering firm

As a Vietnamese-American refugee raised in Bothell, I saw my family thrive because our neighbors believed that our society is strongest when we empower marginalized community members. These values shape my vision for Bothell.


A Bothell that’s prepared for the future means better regional coordination with transportation planning and zoning reforms for an affordable, greener city. As we recover from COVID19, I’ll fight to protect our working families from budget cuts and prioritize jobs programs and small business supports. I’ll work with our community to create equitable, inclusive solutions like public safety alternatives for mental health crises, gun violence prevention, and housing assistance. I would be honored to serve you and your family.


Endorsements: King and Snohomish County Democratic Parties, King County Young Democrats, Labor Unions including UFCW21, Washington Housing Alliance, Representatives Shelley Kloba and April Berg, Snohomish County Councilmember Megan Dunn, King County Councilmember Girmay Zahilay.

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