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City of Burien

Council Position No. 7

Krystal Marx

Krystal Marx

PO BOX 9100


(206) 291-7574

Education: Highline College A.A. in Sociology
Occupation: Burien City Councilmember, Deputy Mayor (2018-present); Executive Director, Seattle Pride

It’s been an honor representing Burien as your Councilmember since 2018. I’m running for re-election because I believe Burien is a vibrant, welcoming city and we need leaders who believe and lead with that philosophy, not with fear and division. 

My first term in office was focused on working diligently on issues that directly impacted Burien residents: public safety, affordability, housing, and worker protections. I’m proud of the work we’ve been able to accomplish on tenant protections, so people facing eviction can stay in their homes rather than fall into homelessness. I also stood with our frontline workers, specifically our grocery workers, since they put their lives on the line to make sure we made it through the pandemic.

You deserve principled, proven leadership to tackle our region’s biggest challenges with real solutions instead of fear. I ask for your vote again so we can continue our progress and recovery. 

Stephanie Mora

Stephanie Mora

2038 SW 152ND ST #3

BURIEN, WA 98166

(206) 854-8681

Education: Sunnydale Elementary, Sylvester Middle School, Evergreen High School
Occupation: Homemaker, Sales Associate

I’ve proudly called Burien home for 21 years. As a mother to young children, I’m increasingly concerned with Burien’s safety. I’m running for office because I feel a duty to make our home community the best it can be for all families.

It’s time to restore common sense to the Burien City Council. They seem unwilling to address the legitimate concerns about neighborhood safety shared by residents and businesses. With decisions like DESC and Enhanced Service Facilities, they’ve made the problems worse.

The primary responsibility of the council is to ensure the safety of its residents. As a struggling young mother, I received compassionate support from this community. We can prioritize neighborhood safety in a thoughtful way while empowering those community members in need to help themselves. My personal experiences will help me to do this on council. With your vote, we can create the positive change our community needs.

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