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City of Federal Way

Council Position No. 4

Daniel Miller

Daniel Miller

30633 11TH AVE S

FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003

(253) 332-7622

Daniel4FWcitycouncil@gmail.com

Miller4FWCITYCOUNCIL.com

Education: Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business Administration/Marketing Western Washington University
Occupation: Delivery Driver and Business Manager Family Limited Partnership
Statement:

Police  I'm running for city council  becuase Federal Way needs to have a strong police department.  Any efforts to defund the police are wrong and only undermine law enforcement's ability to do their job. Police should be defended, not defunded. This is an essential function of city government.

 

Public Safety  Homelessness, unwanted county administered needle exchange programs are what pose a risk to the safety of all residents.  People need to feel that their community is a safe and secure enviroment to live, work, and raise a family.  Only when residents have peace of mind that their city is a safe place to live will we experience greater...

 

Prosperity.    A healthy environment that promotes business and residents feel safe leads to prosperity in all forms. If that happens Federal Way will thrive economically. If not, businesses will leave altogether choosing to locate elsewhere. Please vote for Daniel Miller position 4.

 

Hoang Tran

Hoang Tran

P.O. BOX 24803

FEDERAL WAY, WA 98093

(253) 361-8979

votehoangtran@gmail.com

Re-Electhoangtran.com

Education: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Washington
Occupation: Administrator, Economic Services Administration, Community Service Office (CSO)
Statement:

I am running for re-election to continue the progress we've made these last four years. Public safety has been and still is my top priority. The key to success will be ensuring police reform is implemented effectively and equitably. I will continue to partner with other councilmembers, the mayor, the business community and residents so that as we begin to recover from the pandemic, we build a local economy that works for everyone. I’m eager to finish the work we started to bring fiscal accountability to the budget, racial equity, social justice and build affordable housing.

 

At the age of 18, I fled Vietnam to avoid religious and political persecution. I became a United States citizen and have built a life here as a husband, father and public servant. It’s been an honor to be your voice on the council. I respectfully ask for your vote to continue serving you.

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