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City of Renton

Council Position No. 1

James Alberson

James Alberson

PO BOX 2865

Renton, WA 98056

(425) 260-5801

info@jamesalberson.com

www.jamesalberson.com

Education: BS in Computer Technology - Purdue University; MBA with Marketing Concentration - Purdue University
Occupation: Current Renton Planning Commissioner; Business Owner and President, Sandler Training
Statement:

More than ever, we need leaders with a common-sense approach, strong resolve, and an innate sense of fairness, honesty, and responsibility. As a Renton Planning Commissioner and small business owner, my experience will help me address our community’s biggest challenges and deliver results. My priorities are to keep Renton as a prosperous city, a community of opportunity, a safe place to live, and a strong regional player.

 

We must ensure that Renton’s growth positively impacts each individual and family. Coming out of the pandemic, it’s paramount that we make common-sense decisions to ensure a strong economic recovery, bring in more strong businesses and high-quality jobs, reduce crime and homelessness, increase affordability, and ensure inclusion and opportunities for all Renton residents. 

 

Endorsements: Mayor Armondo Pavone, Fmr. Mayor Denis Law, Renton Councilmembers Randy Corman, Ruth Perez, and Valerie O’Halloran; Fmr. Councilmembers Don Persson and Marcie Palmer; SEIU 775, and many more.

 

Joe Todd

Joe Todd

1003 S 36TH PL

RENTON, WA 98055

(206) 850-9656

hello@votejoetodd.com

www.votejoetodd.com

Education: Double Major Business and Computer Information Science; Troy University, 1996 – 2000
Occupation: Deputy Chief Technology Officer King, County, WA
Statement:

As we recover from the pandemic, we need leaders who will ensure Renton comes back stronger than we were before. An active volunteer in our community, I also bring 20 years of experience as an innovator and business leader with a background in aerospace, software development, and local government.

I will prioritize policies that support our local economy, keep housing affordable and maintain our community, celebrate our beauty and diversity, and maintain safety for all -- especially seniors and other vulnerable populations.

When my wife and I moved here over 20 years ago, we specifically chose Renton because of all the opportunities this city represented to us. I still believe in the opportunity that Renton represents, and with your support, I will work every day to ensure the people of our city have the ability to thrive. Endorsed by Councilmember Ed Prince and many other local leaders and organizations.

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