Ciudad de Bremerton

Ciudad de Bremerton

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Consejo de la Ciudad de Bremerton

Consejo de la Ciudad de Bremerton, District #3

  • Melissa Watkinson is a social scientist who has taught at U.W. Bothell in several roles. She is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and a descendent of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and she has worked with Indigenous Sisters Resistance and Seattle's Environmental Justice Committee.

    At the core of Watkinson's platform is a commitment to equity and a sustainable vision for the area. As a council member, she wants to encourage mixed-income housing, provide more accessible transportation, support small business programs, and incentivize the protection of the local ecosystems.

    Watkinson offers the most thoughtful and progressive platform in this crowded primary. We recommend Watkinson for Bremerton City Council in District 3.

    Melissa Watkinson

    Melissa Watkinson is a social scientist who has taught at U.W. Bothell in several roles. She is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and a descendent of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and she has worked with Indigenous Sisters Resistance and Seattle's Environmental Justice Committee.

Otros Candidatos

There are six other candidates in this race. Data analyst Jeff Campbell is running on a platform of uniting renters and homeowners. Supporting affordable housing and stable rents is the keystone of his campaign.

Johannes Schonberg is the Director of Engagement for the Naval Undersea Warfare Division and a U.S. Navy Reserve officer. He also participates in the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance Entrepreneurship and Innovation subcommittee. His primary campaign priorities include increasing communication from the city council, reducing revenue from business taxes, and advocating for sidewalk and street improvements.

Jim McDonald is a former Bremerton City Council member who served from 2010 to 2013. He has also served as a Bremerton Housing Authority Commissioner, which is a public corporation that seeks to provide affordable housing options to those with limited financial means. He does not have a campaign website, but his official voters' guide statement says that he wants to expand high-speed internet access, prevent vehicle overcrowding, and support city services like fire, police, and public works.

Jeff Coughlin is a director remotely working on the NASA Kepler Mission and a Bremerton Planning Commissioner. Coughlin's campaign has three main priorities: improving input and communication from voters, reinvesting the revenue from increased growth into city services, and supporting local businesses.

John Johanson is a Marine who states that he is running to remove red light cameras and encourage volunteerism.

Craig Houston has served on the Manette Park Improvement Project Fundraising and Planning Committee. His platform includes funding the police and implementing park and road maintenance projects.