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Council Position No. 4

Mohamed Egal

Mohamed Egal


SEATAC, WA 98188

(206) 566-8048

Education: Certified Crime Prevention Advisor, BS from Lafole College, and Leadership Certificate from Washington LeadingAge Institute
Occupation: Program Manager, Interpreter at the KC Municipal Court, Rotarian

I am running for City Council because I want SeaTac to prosper after COVID-19. SeaTac is the best place to live, work and raise a family as I did. We deserve local government that reflects our values. We can prevent crime and have safer neighborhoods by strengthening the relationship between police and community. We should have walkable neighborhoods and smarter traffic control. As a human services program manager, I believe we can also have expanded affordable housing options with childcare, technology centers, and senior services without raising taxes.


If elected, SeaTac City Hall will put people first, invest in our community, listen to our residents, and celebrate our diversity. I humbly ask you for your vote.


Endorsed by: Lieutenant Governor Denny Heck, Congressman Adam Smith, Representative Mia Gregerson, KC Councilmember Dave Upthegrove, City Councilmembers Gobena and Negusse, KC Democrats, MLK Labor, Working Families Party, Firefighters Local 1747, WEA/HEA, SEIU 1199NW

Clyde (Fuzz) Hill

Clyde (Fuzz) Hill

126 SW 148TH ST, STE C100 | PO BOX 433

BURIEN, WA 98166

(206) 972-7220

Education: Association of Washington Cities Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership; George Washington University; Renton Technical College
Occupation: Councilmember; Senior Technical Product Manager at T-Mobile, US.

It has been my honor to serve on the SeaTac City Council these past four years. I am a non-partisan, independent candidate taking the entire city population into consideration, striving to achieve decisions that are unbiased and reflect a well-balanced representation of all our community members.


I will continue to seek out and support effective solutions that address the challenges our community faces during this pandemic recovery, increase diverse and affordable housing options, and ensuring that our residents never experience essential human service needs going unmet.


I'll continue advocating for prudent financial decisions to further improve our roads, sidewalks, and expanding our parks. I'll continue working hard delivering high-quality services, maintaining public safety and justice, seeking solutions for the unhoused, and elevating the less fortunate among us. And I understand it requires partnership and cooperation among the council to achieve results. I'd appreciate your vote to continue delivering outstanding improvements!   

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