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Whatcom CC D1 intro

Submitted by Collin on Tue, 07/06/2021 - 14:29

There are two progressive candidates running for Whatcom County Council in District 1: Kaylee Galloway and Eddy Ury. Read more below to find the candidate that best fits your priorities for the council. 

Eddy Ury

Eddy Ury is also running for Whatcom County Council in District 1. Like Galloway, Ury is listed as a member of the county's Climate Impact Advisory Committee.

Kaylee Galloway

Kaylee Galloway is running for Whatcom County Council to bring affordability and environmental considerations to the forefront. She is a member of the Whatcom County Climate Impact Advisory Committee.

Barry Buchanan

Navy veteran and current council chair Barry Buchanan has served one term on the Bellingham City Council and two on the Whatcom County Council. Buchanan has been a solid vote on the county council, especially in this difficult past year.

Rebecca Lewis

Rebecca Lewis has worked as an educator in the Sedro-Woolley district for over 20 years and is the president of the Sedro-Woolley Education Association (SWEA) union. Lewis' campaign priorities include supporting living wage jobs, updating public utilities, and protecting the environment.

David Freeman

David Freeman is running to retain Whatcom Superior Court, Judge Position 4. He was appointed by Governor Jay Inslee in January of this year and previously served as a review judge in the Commissioner's Review Office for the Washington State Employee Security Department.

David Freeman

Judge David Freeman is running to retain his seat on the Whatcom Superior Court in Position 4. Freeman was originally appointed to the seat by Governor Inslee earlier this year in order to fill the spot left by Justice Montoya-Lewis, who joined the state's Supreme Court. 

James Erb

James Erb is running for Whatcom Superior Court, Position 2. He has spent the last 10 years in the Bellingham City Attorney's Office and tried nearly 50 jury trials as a prosecutor. Erb also represented the Nooksack Indian Tribe in both state and tribal court.

James Erb

James Erb is running for Whatcom County Superior Court, Judge Position 2. Erb has spent the last 10 years in the Bellingham City Attorney's Office and tried nearly 50 jury trials as a prosecutor. He also represented the Nooksack Indian Tribe in both state and tribal court.