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  • Daniel Dingman

    Express Recommendation
  • Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management. He volunteers on the city’s planning commission and is an active singer in a number of community roles and choirs.

    Dingman is campaigning on a moderate platform for re-election. His top priorities are responsible budgeting and growth management, compassionate and proactive housing strategies, and leadership that seeks out all Battle Ground voices.

    Dingman is facing conservative challenger Victoria Ferrer in this race. Ferrer is an army veteran who has worked as a PCO for the local Republicans who have endorsed her reactive platform in this race. She will not bring progress and community leadership to the council.

    Though he’s not a progressive, we believe Daniel Dingman in this race for Battle Ground City Council, Position 3 based on endorsements from our partners and trusted community leaders.
    Last updated: 2023-10-31

    Daniel Dingman

    Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management.

    Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management. He volunteers on the city’s planning commission and is an active singer in a number of community roles and choirs.

    Dingman is campaigning on a moderate platform for re-election. His top priorities are responsible budgeting and growth management, compassionate and proactive housing strategies, and leadership that seeks out all Battle Ground voices.

    Dingman is facing conservative challenger Victoria Ferrer in this race. Ferrer is an army veteran who has worked as a PCO for the local Republicans who have endorsed her reactive platform in this race. She will not bring progress and community leadership to the council.

    Though he’s not a progressive, we believe Daniel Dingman in this race for Battle Ground City Council, Position 3 based on endorsements from our partners and trusted community leaders.

    Daniel Dingman

    Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management.

  • Endorsed By: Clark County Democrats
  • Express Recommendation
  • Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management. He volunteers on the city’s planning commission and is an active singer in a number of community roles and choirs.

    Dingman is campaigning on a moderate platform for re-election. His top priorities are responsible budgeting and growth management, compassionate and proactive housing strategies, and leadership that seeks out all Battle Ground voices.

    Dingman is facing conservative challenger Victoria Ferrer in this race. Ferrer is an army veteran who has worked as a PCO for the local Republicans who have endorsed her reactive platform in this race. She will not bring progress and community leadership to the council.

    Though he’s not a progressive, we believe Daniel Dingman in this race for Battle Ground City Council, Position 3 based on endorsements from our partners and trusted community leaders.
    Last updated: 2023-10-31

    Daniel Dingman

    Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management.

    Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management. He volunteers on the city’s planning commission and is an active singer in a number of community roles and choirs.

    Dingman is campaigning on a moderate platform for re-election. His top priorities are responsible budgeting and growth management, compassionate and proactive housing strategies, and leadership that seeks out all Battle Ground voices.

    Dingman is facing conservative challenger Victoria Ferrer in this race. Ferrer is an army veteran who has worked as a PCO for the local Republicans who have endorsed her reactive platform in this race. She will not bring progress and community leadership to the council.

    Though he’s not a progressive, we believe Daniel Dingman in this race for Battle Ground City Council, Position 3 based on endorsements from our partners and trusted community leaders.

    Daniel Dingman

    Incumbent council member Daniel Dingman is running for another term in Battle Ground City Council, Position 3. He was first appointed to the position in June of this year. Dingman works in systems engineering and facilities management.

  • Endorsed By: Clark County Democrats
  • Brigid Taylor is running for Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Commissioner Position 2. She describes herself as a teacher, a mom of three, and a fire spouse. She has taught for 23 years in Clark County schools and serves on the Citizens for Ridgefield Schools Board.  

    Taylor's campaign priorities are preparation, protection, and prevention. She will work to ensure that all first responders have the equipment and training they need to respond to emergencies across the district. She also wants to use her position to improve communication with the community and other elected officials.  

    Taylor is running against Jade Bourke, who has served on the Fire Commission for one year. He has experience as a volunteer firefighter and wants to continue focusing on balancing the district's financial priorities during a time of rapid growth.  

    Taylor has earned strong support from the firefighter community, including endorsements from both the Clark County and Vancouver fighters. This speaks to her vision for the district and her deep understanding of what our first responders need to keep us safe. Taylor is the best choice for Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Commissioner Position 2. 
     

    Last updated: 2023-10-20

    Brigid Taylor

    Brigid Taylor is running for Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Commissioner Position 2. She describes herself as a teacher, a mom of three, and a fire spouse. She has taught for 23 years in Clark County schools and serves on the Citizens for Ridgefield Schools Board.  

    Brigid Taylor is running for Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Commissioner Position 2. She describes herself as a teacher, a mom of three, and a fire spouse. She has taught for 23 years in Clark County schools and serves on the Citizens for Ridgefield Schools Board.  

    Taylor's campaign priorities are preparation, protection, and prevention. She will work to ensure that all first responders have the equipment and training they need to respond to emergencies across the district. She also wants to use her position to improve communication with the community and other elected officials.  

    Taylor is running against Jade Bourke, who has served on the Fire Commission for one year. He has experience as a volunteer firefighter and wants to continue focusing on balancing the district's financial priorities during a time of rapid growth.  

    Taylor has earned strong support from the firefighter community, including endorsements from both the Clark County and Vancouver fighters. This speaks to her vision for the district and her deep understanding of what our first responders need to keep us safe. Taylor is the best choice for Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Commissioner Position 2. 
     

    Brigid Taylor

    Brigid Taylor is running for Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue Commissioner Position 2. She describes herself as a teacher, a mom of three, and a fire spouse. She has taught for 23 years in Clark County schools and serves on the Citizens for Ridgefield Schools Board.  

  • Endorsed By: Southwest Washington Central Labor Council, Clark County Firefighters IAFF Local 3674, Vancouver Firefighters IAFF Local 452