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City of Tukwila

Council Position 4

Dennis Martinez

Dennis Martinez

P.O. Box 88535

Tukwila, WA 98138

(206) 307-6308

dennismartinez.tukwila@gmail.com

www.dennisfortukwila.org

Education: UA Steamfitter Apprenticeship, Project Management, Estimating,Budgeting, and Contract Negotiation Training
Occupation: Current Chair, Tukwila Planning Commission; Community Volunteer and Mentor
Statement:

My family has called Tukwila home for over 30 years. I decided to run for City Council because all Tukwila families deserve good jobs, economic opportunity and safe neighborhoods. 

 

Tukwila is a diverse, growing community with new development and businesses opening every day. I will bring my experience as Chair of Tukwila's Planning Commission to help manage Tukwila's growth and benefit all residents.

 

I will also work to provide meaningful economic opportunities to Tukwila residents. From increasing access to union apprenticeships to growing small businesses, I am committed to bringing more living wage jobs to Tukwila families. I'm excited to bring my community leadership and work experience to Tukwila's City Council. I would be honored to earn your vote. Proudly endorsed by: Plumbers and Pipefitters Locals 32, 44, & 26; MLK Labor; Teamsters 763; SEIU 6; SEIU 925; IBEW 77; ATU 587; Aerospace Machinist 751; Ironworkers 86; and many more.

Cynthia Delostrinos Johnson

Cynthia Delostrinos Johnson

PO Box 58311

Tukwila, WA 98138

(425) 243-9114

cynthia@cynthiafortukwila.com

www.cynthiafortukwila.com

Education: JD, Seattle University School of Law; BA, University of Washington
Occupation: Attorney, Administrative Manager for Washington State Courts
Statement:

Tukwila is at a crossroads. New developments have improved our community, but we have to manage our growth responsibly. As a City Council member, I will focus on:

 

Public Safety: Tukwila residents should feel safe in their community. Our law enforcement, fire department, and the courts should be quick to address concerns and respond to needs. Housing: Maintaining community is important. We must keep Tukwila affordable so that our families and neighbors can live and thrive here. Livability: Residents should be proud to call Tukwila home. Tukwila should celebrate our beauty and diversity, and create a welcoming place for others to experience what makes Tukwila the best place to live!

 

Endorsements: Tukwila City Councilmembers Verna Seal, De’Sean Quinn, Tom McLeod, Zak Idan, and former Councilmember Joe Duffie; Sen. Bob Hasegawa and Rep. Steve Bergquist; King County Democrats, SEIU 1199, Laborers Local 242, OneAmerica Votes, National Women’s Political Caucus, and more!

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