Today, Councilmember Reagan Dunn, who is running for re-election to the King County Council, proudly announced the endorsement of the entire Bellevue City Council.
Endorsing Dunn’s re-election to the King County Council are Mayor John Stokes, Deputy Mayor John Chelminiak, and Councilmembers Conrad Lee, Jennifer Robertson, Lynne Robinson, Ernie Simas and Kevin Wallace.
“Bellevue is a diverse and growing community that is ably represented by Reagan Dunn” said Bellevue Mayor John Stokes. “I strongly support his bid for re-election.”
“I have been able to work closely with Reagan and really appreciate the thoughtful and collaborative approach he utilizes when addressing the issues important to Bellevue and the region at large,” said Bellevue City Councilmember Jennifer Robertson. “I am proud to endorse him for re-election to the King County Council.”
“I work hard to represent the interests of the residents of Bellevue on the County Council,” said Councilmember Dunn. “I’m appreciative that my work, such as increasing transit service and advocating for funding to address flooding issues, has helped me to earn the unanimous endorsement of the city’s leadership.”
As a Councilmember, Reagan has led efforts to combat addiction, advocate for our veterans and fight against human trafficking. Dunn has voted against more tax increases than any other member of the County Council, works to protect the environment, and prioritizes county spending by standing up against waste and government inefficiencies.
Councilmember Dunn has also been endorsed by all nine mayors in County Council District 9 and a super majority of Councilmembers from the City of Enumclaw and Maple Valley.