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City of Woodinville

Council Position No. 3

Robin Lynn White

Robin Lynn White

18430 134TH PL NE


(206) 617-0728

Education: BS Biochemistry, Arizona State University; MS Forensic Science, National University; Biotechnology Project Management, UW
Occupation: Product Manager- Treatment Guidance, Biodesix; Former Project Manager, Lab Researcher

I am running for office to promote positive change and be an active listener of the public to ensure they are heard and represented. I strive for transparent actions that benefit everyone and alienate no one; even when we disagree, we must collaborate to do the greatest good for the greatest number of people. I value decision-making based on examination of all angles and keeping the public’s viewpoint at the forefront.


I bring a fresh vision for challenges facing Woodinville while preserving what we love about it most. I commit to tackling issues like traffic & transit, housing solutions, environment & land protection, small business support. I have called Woodinville home since 2014 and will contribute to an inclusive, welcoming city we are all proud of. Thank you for your vote.


Endorsements: 45th District Democrats, King County Democrats, King County Young Democrats, National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington, Sierra Club

Rachel Best-Campbell

Rachel Best-Campbell

19320 160TH AVE NE


Education: Bachelor's Degree in Human Biology, Stanford University
Occupation: Woodinville City Councilmember and Community Organizer

My family has lived in Woodinville for 20 years.  My son attended Wellington, Leota and is now at Woodinville High School.  I’ve volunteered for all 3 schools and am an avid WHS cross country supporter.  My love for Woodinville runs deep. 


As your Councilmember I championed safe walking routes around the community, supported sustainable development, and assisted businesses and people during the pandemic.  I spearheaded construction of hiking trails in Greenbrier and Wood Trails to provide green spaces for everyone. 


I will work with the council and staff to improve traffic flow as part of the redevelopment process without sacrificing the unique character of our neighborhoods.  I will continue my work on the Climate Action committee to drive local change.  My top priorities will include modernizing the city permitting process to be more customer centric and responsive to the needs of our community.  I humbly ask for your vote.

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