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Council Position No. 2

Jake Simpson

Jake Simpson

19822 MILITARY RD S # 3

SEATAC, WA 98188

(206) 779-7719

Education: Green River Community College
Occupation: Community Organizer, UNITE HERE Local 8

My wife and I are raising our 5 year old daughter in SeaTac - through our public schools, our neighborhoods, and our parks. Everyday we see streets without street lights or sidewalks, small businesses being priced out, housing costs becoming unaffordable, increasing airport noise and air pollution; this needs to change.


My priorities are keeping homes affordable so people aren’t priced out; building well-maintained roads and working street lights so every neighborhood is safely lit and has a sidewalk; supporting our small businesses to ensure they have the resources and staff to recover after the pandemic; and strong oversight for every tax dollar.


I am proud to be endorsed by Congressman Adam Smith, King County Councilmembers Dave Upthegrove and Girmay Zahilay, Port Commissioner Sam Cho, SeaTac City Councilmembers Takele Gobena and Senayet Negusse, Pacific Northwest IronWorkers, SeaTac Teachers, and SeaTac Firefighters. I’d be honored to earn your vote.


Stan Tombs

Stan Tombs

P.O. BOX 98635

SEATAC, WA 98168

(206) 878-2707

Education: Tyee H.S., Highline College, The Evergreen State College, UCLA Professional Certificate, SeaTac Community Leaderhip Academy
Occupation: Councilmember, litigation support & administration services, & machinery services, Notary

Having twice served on the SeaTac City Council and as Vice Chair of SeaTac’s Planning Commission, I am seeking re-election as Councilmember to continue the City’s good work and services.

While experiencing the greatest COVID-related financial impact in the state, SeaTac balanced its budget without decreasing our high level of compassionate services.  We did this without raising taxes, particularly on our most vulnerable, or laying off valued and necessary City staff.  By any measure of success, SeaTac is one of the best-run cities in the State and provides more support to the poorest among us than many other Washington cities combined. I am proud to have been part of this success.

On Council, I will continue to advocate for public safety, equity, livability, sustainable balanced budgets, affordable work-force housing and a mutually beneficial relationship with SeaTac Airport, our primary economic engine. Let's continue fair, responsible & competent leadership.

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