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King County Local Voters' Pamphlet

November 3, 2015 General And Special Election

City, City of Shoreline 
Council Position No. 6

Jesse Salomon

Jesse Salomon

Education: Juris Doctor, University of Washington School of Law; Bachelor of Arts, Western Washington University
Occupation: Shoreline City Councilmember and King County Public Defender


Last election I asked for your vote to keep Shoreline moving forward. Since then I’ve helped grow our economy, protect our environment, reduce traffic, and promote equity and public safety by:


Preparing for impacts of Shoreline’s two light rail stations by planning walkable communities, minimizing disruption and increasing property values in affected neighborhoods; supporting the farmer’s market; attracting a Trader Joe’s; funding sidewalks and affordable housing; fighting the ill-considered Point Wells development; analyzing city budgets to cut waste; funding our senior center; supporting paid sick leave for low wage workers; increasing salmon habitat and reducing carbon emissions.

I ask your continued support to keep Shoreline moving forward.


Endorsements: Shoreline Mayor Shari Winstead; Shoreline Councilmembers Chris Eggen, Will Hall, Keith McGlashan; State Representative Ruth Kagi; Attorney General Bob Ferguson; County Sheriff John Urquhart; County Councilmember Rod Dembowski; Seattle Mayor Ed Murray; King County Labor Council; Washington Conservation Voters; NARAL; Young Democrats

For more information:

PO BOX 55051
(360) 820-0071


Lorn Richey

Lorn Richey

Education: MPA, Seattle University 2009; Police Officer Certification, CJTC; LEAN Government Efficiency Certification, UW Tacoma
Occupation: Law Enforcement, Supervisor; Certified Law Enforcement Instructor


Shoreline is facing massive over-development because of actions taken by our City Council. City Hall’s radical rezones have spawned citizen lawsuits and threaten to displace thousands of residents.


Our future is best planned together.


Rail projects should serve neighborhoods and increase mobility, not destroy them and create gridlock.


Growth should be reasonably phased so that urban services can keep up without unfair taxpayer subsidies and small business fees.


Our parks, natural areas, and vistas, need not be destroyed in the name of progress.


We must maintain excellent police services as we grow.


This election is our best chance to stop the radical rezones and respect the wishes of residents and local businesses.


Let’s stand together!  I appreciate your vote!


Endorsements: King County Democrats, 32 District Democrats, Senator Maralyn Chase, Representative Cindy Ryu, Former Governor Mike Lowry, Former KC Executive Ron Sims, Donn Charnley, Krista Tenney

For more information:

PO BOX 55552
(206) 257-1450