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City of Everett

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There are two good candidates in this race: Brian Sullivan and Cassie Franklin. Sullivan has earned broader support from progressive advocates and is the best choice for Mayor of Everett.

Brian Sullivan

Brian Sullivan photo Brian Sullivan is running for mayor on an extremely long record of public service. At the age of 23, he was elected to the Mukilteo City Council and became mayor of Mulkiteo at age 29. He was a representative in the Washington House of Representatives for six years, as well as a board member on the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and several other organizations and nonprofits. He is currently a Snohomish County Council member. Sullivan aims to increase home ownership in Everett, fully staff the Everett Police Department, and move forward on the Riverfront Project. Read more...

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Brian Sullivan

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Brian Sullivan is running for mayor on an extremely long record of public service. At the age of 23, he was elected to the Mukilteo City Council and became mayor of Mulkiteo at age 29. He was a representative in the Washington House of Representatives for six years, as well as a board member on the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and several other organizations and nonprofits. He is currently a Snohomish County Council member. Sullivan aims to increase home ownership in Everett, fully staff the Everett Police Department, and move forward on the Riverfront Project.

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