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Jennifer Gregerson is listed in the Progressive Voters Guide below. The Progressive Voters Guide compiles the information that allows you to make informed decisions about the races on your ballot, based on your values. Vote in every race on your ballot! It's our right and our responsibility. Please share this guide with your friends and family.

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Jennifer Gregerson

Jennifer Gregerson photo Jennifer Gregerson is running for re-election for Mayor of Mukilteo. Gregerson is a qualified, proven leader who has served on the Mukilteo City Council since 2004. She led the fight to bring homegrown paramedic services into the Mukilteo fire station and is known for working against commercial air service. Gregerson has led the first efforts to invest in the city's Paine Field defense fund and is determined to ensure that the waterfront is accessible and green.

She is running against Dan Matthews, who wants to streamline local government and focus on public safety. Jennifer Gregerson is the best choice in this race because of her proven track record in delivering results on the issues that matter. Read more...

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Statewide Ballot Measures

Statewide Advisory Ballot Measure #16

Vote Maintained on Advisory Vote 16

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A bipartisan group of legislators passed Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1597, which included a small excise tax in order to increase environmental protections for regional fish and wildlife. Because of a Tim Eyman initiative, the Legislature is required to submit any bill it passes that closes tax loopholes or raises revenue to a non-binding advisory vote. Vote “Maintained” on Advisory Vote 16.

Statewide Advisory Ballot Measure #17

Vote Maintained on Advisory Vote 17

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Our state has been under Supreme Court order to fully fund education for several years. This June, Republicans and Democrats came together to approve a bipartisan package of revenue increases for public schools, including expanding the Business and Occupation tax. While this does not solve the education funding problem, the package goes a long way towards providing a quality education for all students. ...
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Our state has been under Supreme Court order to fully fund education for several years. This June, Republicans and Democrats came together to approve a bipartisan package of revenue increases for public schools, including expanding the Business and Occupation tax. While this does not solve the education funding problem, the package goes a long way towards providing a quality education for all students. This non-binding advisory vote is required thanks to a Tim Eyman ballot measure. Vote “Maintained” on Advisory Vote 17. ...

Statewide Advisory Ballot Measure #18

Vote Maintained on Advisory Vote 18

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In addition to the legislation covered by Advisory Vote 17, a strong bipartisan majority of state legislators voted to increase local property taxes to fund schools. We have concerns about raising regressive property taxes that disproportionately impact working families and make our upside-down tax code even worse. However, we are optimistic about retaking the state Senate this fall and working with progressives in Olympia next year to reduce this tax and instead make the wealthy pay their fair share. ...
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In addition to the business taxes covered in Advisory Vote 17, a strong bipartisan majority of state legislators voted to increase local property taxes to fund schools. We have concerns about raising regressive property taxes that disproportionately impact working families and make our upside-down tax code even worse. However, we are optimistic about retaking the state Senate this fall and working with progressives in Olympia next year to reduce this tax and instead make the wealthy pay their fair share.

Like the other advisory votes, this is a non-binding measure required by a Tim Eyman ballot initiative. Vote “Maintained” on Advisory Vote 18. ...

Port of Edmonds

Port Commissioner, District #1

Angela Harris

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Angela Harris is running for Port of Edmonds, Commissioner District 1. Harris is a Senior Business Program Manager at Microsoft and would bring more than 20 years of budget management, leadership, and nonprofit adovacy to the role. She is running to increase engagement between the community, city council and the Port of Edmonds. Additionally, Harris aims to identify better solutions for storm water management, improve the Edmonds Marsh, and enhance the Edmonds shoreline.

Harris is running against incumbent Fred Gouge, who has served in the position since 1999. Gouge has responsibly managed the port's budget and played a key role promoting business development. Harris is the better choice in this race because of her broader support from progressive partners.

Progressive Endorsements & Supporters

Environment: Sierra Club, Washington Conservation Voters
Other: Snohomish County Democrats

Campaign Information

Port Commissioner, District #5

Susan Paine

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Retired strategic city adviser Susan Paine is running for Port of Edmonds, District 5. Paine has experience serving on the Edmonds School Board and as a strategic adviser for City of Seattle. Paine aims to increase collaboration with the City Council and the community especially on matters related to the development of the waterfront. Paine is prioritizing environmental stewardship as well as finding funding to understand the long-term financial impacts for redevelopment proposals and addressing contamination remediation in the Port.

Paine is running against incumbent Steven Johnston, who was appointed to the position in May 2016. Johnston is focused on business development and supporting the Port's tourism industry. Paine is the stronger choice in this race because of her support from progressive partners.

Progressive Endorsements & Supporters

Environment: Sierra Club

Campaign Information

City of Mukilteo Mayor

Mukilteo Mayor

Jennifer Gregerson

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Jennifer Gregerson is running for re-election for Mayor of Mukilteo. Gregerson is a qualified, proven leader who has served on the Mukilteo City Council since 2004. She led the fight to bring homegrown paramedic services into the Mukilteo fire station and is known for working against commercial air service. Gregerson has led the first efforts to invest in the city's Paine Field defense fund and is determined to ensure that the waterfront is accessible and green.

She is running against Dan Matthews, who wants to streamline local government and focus on public safety. Jennifer Gregerson is the best choice in this race because of her proven track record in delivering results on the issues that matter.

Progressive Endorsements & Supporters

Snohomish County Labor Council

Campaign Information

Mukilteo City Council

Mukilteo City Council, Position #2

Bob Champion

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Aerospace scientist Bob Champion is running for re-election to Mukilteo City Council Position 2. He is currently the city council president and serves on the National League of Cities Information Technology Steering Committee as well as the Association of Washington Cities’ Federal Committee.

Champion is running against Peter Zieve, who is the CEO of Electroimpact and a dedicated Trump supporter who donated $1 million to the president's campaign. He also created an anonymous postcard mailing campaign to oppose plans to build a local mosque.

Champion is the much better choice in this race against Zieve.

Mukilteo City Council, Position #3

Sarah Kneller

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Sarah Kneller is running against Tony Markey for Mukilteo City Council Position 3. Kneller is a broadcasting producer and a member of Mukilteo's Long Range Financial Planning Committee, which aims to create a two to five year financial sustainability plan for the city. Kneller's goals include destigmatizing mental health and drug addiction issues, funding the city's Drug Enforcement Task Force, and working with the school board to add emotional and mental wellness to the K-12 curriculum.

Kneller's opponent, Tony Markey, is a outpatient clinic manager. His campaign is centered on fully funding public safety, fiscal responsibility, and how community development projects impact the city budget. Kneller is the progressive choice in this race.

Progressive Endorsements & Supporters

Social Justice: Equal Rights Washington

Campaign Information

Jennifer Gregerson

Jennifer Gregerson photo
Jennifer Gregerson is running for re-election for Mayor of Mukilteo. Gregerson is a qualified, proven leader who has served on the Mukilteo City Council since 2004. She led the fight to bring homegrown paramedic services into the Mukilteo fire station and is known for working against commercial air service. Gregerson has led the first efforts to invest in the city's Paine Field defense fund and is determined to ensure that the waterfront is accessible and green.

She is running against Dan Matthews, who wants to streamline local government and focus on public safety. Jennifer Gregerson is the best choice in this race because of her proven track record in delivering results on the issues that matter.

Progressive Endorsements & Supporters

Snohomish County Labor Council

Campaign Information