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King County Local Voters' Pamphlet

August 4, 2015 Primary And Special Election

City, City of Issaquah 
Council Position No. 4



Steven Bishop



Steven Bishop


Education: Olympic College, Seattle Central Community College, Marine Corps Institute
Occupation: Security and Facilities Manager at Arris

Statement:
I am running for City Council to bring common sense back to government. I understand any investment government makes is done with your money. Rather than ask for more of your money, I believe government should be more responsible with the money they already receive from you, the taxpayer. I love this city, and if elected, I will confront the issues of traffic congestion, jobs, safety and responsible growth that affect our community every single day. 
I'm a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. I have over 20 years of experience in security management and 15 years of facilities management. I'm certified by the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council. I am member of Infragard and ASIS International. I have owned and operated my own business. My wife, Jennifer, and I have 4 children so we have a vested interest in keeping Issaquah a safe and vibrant city for future generations.
 


For more information:

1485 29TH PL NE
ISSAQUAH, WA 98029
(206) 890-9482
thebishop1775@gmail.com


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Tim Flood



Tim Flood


Education: MBA, Technology Management, B.S. Business Administration, Graduate Certificate – Analytics, Board Service Certificate
Occupation: Business Analyst at Rosetta Stone

Statement:

I’m running for Issaquah City Council to put traffic impact front and center in every development decision.  Issaquah is a special place to live and raise a family, and has seen its population nearly triple since 2000.  That growth has led to our biggest issue – traffic congestion.  By slowing development, partnering with neighboring communities, and pressing for transportation funding, the city can mitigate the impact of growth, and preserve the high quality of life for those that live, work, shop, and play in the city.

 

I will also advocate for exceptional education and recreation within the city and represent my friends and neighbors from the South Lake Sammamish area.

 

With a successful career and advanced education in business, along with my public service focused on environmental issues, I will bring a uniquely balanced perspective to the Council. 

 

If you agree with these priorities, I humbly ask for your vote.



For more information:

1420 NW GILMAN BLVD #2791
ISSAQUAH, WA 98027
(425) 502-9921
tim@voteflood.com
www.voteflood.com

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Daniel Johnson



Daniel Johnson


Education: Bachelors of Business Management, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, WI
Occupation: Information Technology Service Support, Costco Wholesale

Statement:

The City of Issaquah has a rich history and a very bright future ahead, one I would very much like to be a part of as a City Council member. I have a long history of volunteer work with Children’s Miracle Network, United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Planetary Society, and the Humane Society; and I thrive on making my community a better place through service. This desire to help others is also reflected in my employment as an Information Technology Specialist with Costco where I regularly meet with colleagues on various technical problems to resolve their issues. Running multi-team projects is also a strong aspect of my position and a skill I believe would translate well as a council member.

I want to support this city in the best way I can, and I ask for your vote to allow me to do just that as a City Council member.



For more information:

5105 ISSAQUAH PINE LK RD SE A202
ISSAQUAH, WA 98029

info@votedanieljohnson.org
www.votedanieljohnson.org

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Bill Ramos



Bill Ramos


Education: Bachelor’s: Forest Science (Humboldt State); Recreation Management: (Utah State); Forest Engineering (Oregon State)
Occupation: The Common Good Transportation Consulting; Federal Transit Administration (Tribal Transit)

Statement:

Transportation and transit are some of the most complex, yet most important issues to our quality of life in an environmental gem like Issaquah. Transportation and public land use are my area of professional expertise, my focus and highest personal priority as an engaged citizen. With over 10 years of experience in Issaquah’s governance on the Human Services, Economic Vitality, and Planning and Policy Commissions, I can apply my knowledge and skills in the best service of the needs of our community.

 

What I bring to the Issaquah City Council is passion to enhance the quality of life for our community and entire region. I am dedicated to listening, asking critical questions and being an accountable leader, and inspired to make technically difficult public projects understandable so citizens can make efficient and effective transportation choices.

 

Endorsements: Former Mayor Ava Frisinger, Councilmember Joshua Schaer, 5th District Democrats.



For more information:

1420 NW GILMAN BLVD. # 2268
ISSAQUAH, WA 98027
(425) 208-5882
info@ramosforcitycouncil.com
www.ramosforcitycouncil.com

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