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City of Federal Way

Council Position No. 2

Erica Norton

Erica Norton

37694 18TH PL S

FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003

(253) 886-9637

citizensforericanorton@gmail.com

www.citizensforericanorton.com

Education: BA, Cultural Anthropology, WSU. Ronald McNair Scholar
Occupation: Construction Contractor
Statement:

I’ve seen drastic increases in crime and homelessness.  Our police force is experiencing a lack of support.  We’re losing small businesses, devastating our jobs and infrastructure.  It is time for someone to take a stand for our community.  I will bring honesty and integrity to our City Council. 

 

I’ve owned a successful small business for 11 years.  I started and ran a non-profit for senior citizens.  I held elected positions in recovery organizations, unifying large groups of people.  I chaired the Federal Way Homelessness Coalition, a citizen-run group focused on ending the homelessness crisis in our city.  

 

I will do the necessary work and cooperate in the process of rebuilding our city. We will lower homelessness and crime, support our amazing police force, and attract businesses to our city.  Solid leadership and ethics are necessary.  I will respect the wishes of the citizens of Federal Way.  Vote for Erica Norton.

Gregory Baruso

Gregory Baruso

1600B SW DASH POINT RD STE#3

FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023

(253) 670-9339

electgregbaruso@gmail.com

www.electgregbaruso.com

Education: AA Liberal Arts, SCCC, AA Fire Officer, Bellevue College
Occupation: City of Federal Way Council Pos. #2, 35-year firefighter
Statement:

Greg Baruso has a strong record of accomplishment on the City Council. He's working hard and providing a voice of common sense to issues facing our city.

Greg's accomplishments include serving as Chair of the Land Use and Transportation Committee, supporting COVID-19 recovery, balancing the city's budget, and sponsorship of initiatives to end racial discrimination and foster greater communication.

Moving forward, Greg will focus on helping people and businesses recover from the impacts of COVID-19, smart land use planning, and providing the highest level of public safety service for our community. Greg has a long history of community involvement. He served for 12 years on the city's Diversity Commission, directed both the MLK Food Drive and the Flavor of Federal Way and is the current President of the Citizens for Federal Way Public Schools. Greg's commitment to community and experience on the council makes him the right choice for us.

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