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King County Local Voters' Pamphlet

August 4, 2015 Primary And Special Election

City, City of Issaquah 
Council Position No. 6



Christopher Reh



Christopher Reh


Education: MBA Seattle University / BA Economics University of Washington
Occupation: State and Local Government Management Consultant

Statement:

I have lived in the Issaquah area for 24 years and I love it here. The things that I loved about Issaquah when I moved here are the same things that I love today. There is a natural beauty to Issaquah like no other place. During my time here I have watched Issaquah grow from a quaint community into a thriving city. I am running for City Council because we need  to more effectively manage the future of our city. Great cities do not happen by accident.  Great city are the results of hard work and  an engaged community.  I think together we can make Issaquah a great place to live and a great place to do business.  Growth can be managed, and quality of life can be maintained, but it won’t happen without leadership, community engagement and thoughtful planning. It is time for new ideas in Issaquah



For more information:

2498 NW STONEY CREEK DR
ISSAQUAH, WA 98027
(206) 914-8470
chris@chrisreh.com
www.chrisreh.com

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Paul Winterstein



Paul Winterstein


Education: BS in Computer Science, The Ohio State University (1984)
Occupation: Sr. Director, Product Management, Magnitude Software

Statement:

Four years ago you elected me to Council, and the past two years I’ve lead it as President. We’ve accomplished much over this time, and I’m determined to continue those successes in a second term.

 

I led the development of a realistic transportation plan that will deal with growth and congestion while preserving neighborhoods, and help the environment by creating more non-motorized options.  Now let’s fund it.  I helped enact the Central Issaquah Plan, providing housing choices affordable for those who work here.  Now let’s create more living wage jobs for those who already live here.  I want an Issaquah that leads the region in livability and sustainability!

 

As a husband and father with over 30 years as a technology professional, I know the value of hard work and commitment.  I ask for your vote so I can continue working to create an Issaquah our children want to inherit!



For more information:

655 MT. LOGAN DR. SW
ISSAQUAH, WA 98027
(425) 591-9570
reelect@paulwinterstein.com
www.paulwinterstein.com

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Gregg Leinweber



Gregg Leinweber


Education: basic law enforcement. certified nurses assistant. two years plus college with basic accounting and philosophy
Occupation: In home care giver with Rescare

Statement:
I'm in favor of a $15 minimum wage. Reductions in taxes would help small businesses pay for this pay increase.
 
I'm against the Highlands developers injection of dirty ground water into the aquifer which provides drinking water for the local area. Paul Winterstein and his fellow council members approved of this practice, which caused fecal matter to be detected in the well water of the Sammamish Water District.   
 
This is what happens when your government secretly aids the powerful. 
 
An electronic democracy would stop this. If you google "electronic democracy" you will see how this works. A social medium could be used when conducting business and for voting. If you didn't want to vote on each issue you could contract a proxy representative, and if he/she ever lied about what they would vote for, you could replace them right away and not be stuck with them for four years.  


For more information:

830 SUNRISE PL SW E2
ISSAQUAH, WA 98027
(425) 295-8468
6re999@gmail.com


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