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119 1st Avenue South, Suite 320
Seattle, WA, 98104
United States




Sara, with her years of experience as a neighborhood small business owner and her level-headed approach will make the Council’s voice stronger for the all people in our community.
— Greg Nickels, former Mayor of Seattle

Former Mayor of Seattle Greg Nickels 

Former Seattle City Councilmember Richard Conlin

Former Seattle City Councilmember Jan Drago

Former Seattle School Board Sherry Carr

Affordable Housing Council

Civic Alliance for a Sound Economy (CASE)

Seattle Hospitality for Progress

Seattle Restaurant Alliance

Washington Conservation Voters (WCV)

Women's Political Caucus



Community Members

Angela and Ethan Stowell
Ethan Stowell Restaurants*

Alexandra Kapchinsky

Allison Smith

Anne Bikle

Neighborhood activist

Annie McGrath 
Brewers Guild*

Barb Wilson

Bill Dunbar
Policy Advisor, EPA Region 10*

Bob Blackstone

Brandon Wiley

Brooke Davies
Hashtag Fremont and Hashtag Redmond*

Charlie and Rose Ann Finkle 
Pike Brewing*

Charlie Cunniff
Former Office of Economic Development*

Cheri Peele
Clean Production Action*

Chris deMaagd

Chris Engdahl

Chris Nishiwaki

Fremont Brewing is a leader in sustainability and their Cowiche Canyon Fresh Hop Ale was the first beer in Washington to get Salmon Safe certification. That’s why I’m supporting Sara Nelson for City Council.
— David Burger, Executive Director of Stewardship Partners

Chuck Wolfe
Urbanist, Author, Forterra*

Colin Schilling
Schilling Cider

Colter Mott

Dan Bertolet
Blogger, CityTank*

Dave Montgomery 
UW Professor of Geology, MacArthur Genius Award recipient for "Dirt"

Davey Wilderwith

David Burger
Executive Director, Stewardship Partners* 

David Drucker

David Kunselman

David Meinert
Comet Tavern, 5 Point, Neumos, Big Marios*

David Yeaworth

Don Blakeney
Downtown Seattle Association* 

Eileen Sullivan
Public policy specialist

Elaine Ko 
Former staffer to Former City Councilmember Richard Conlin

Elisabeth Allen

Elisabeth Sullivan

Elizabeth Grasel
Seattle Public Schools Teacher*

Emelie East

Eric de Place
Environmental Policy Director

Erin Blakeney
Community College Dean

Eugene Wasserman
North Seattle Industrial Association*

Fiona McGuigan

Gary Fish
Deschutes Brewery, Inc.*

Greg Smith
Urban Visions*

Harriet Phinney
Professor of Anthropology, Seattle University*

Heidi Anderson

Holly Bays

Jael Aumack

James Jakobsen

James Keblas
ShareGrid,  Former Director of Seattle Office of Film + Music*

Sara has years of experience working on land use policy and protecting our environment. She understands how to wisely steward Seattle’s growth to reduce climate change while preserving the region’s natural beauty for everyone to enjoy. Her leadership is crucial to ensure the resiliance of our water, forests, and other natural resources. She knows that this land is our land.
— Joanna Grist, Grist Public Affairs, former Executive Director of WA Wildlife & Recreation Coalition*

Jan Allen
Bioenergy Engineer

Jan Hegeman

Janet Orlando

Jason Parker
Copperworks Distilling Co., WA Distillers Guild*

Jaxon Ravens
Former Chair of WA Democratic Party*

Jeff Shuey
Social Media Club*

Jerina Pillert
Hashtag Fremont and REdmont*

Jim O'Hanlon

Joanna Grist
Grist Public Affairs, former Executive Director of WA Wildlife & Recreation Coalition*

Joanne Anton

Joe Fougere
Tutta Bella*

John Engber
John Engber & Associates*

Jon Milazo
Retrofit Home*

Joseph Kelly
Seattle Public Schools Teacher*

Julia Childress

Katherine Bragdon
Active Roots Consulting* 

Keith Loveless

Ken Saunderson
Saunderson Marketing Group*

Kim Dahmen

Kirk Robbins

Lara Zahaba

Lee Foley

Linda Morton
Terra Plata, Seattle Restaurant Alliance*

I’m backing Sara for City Council because she understands the struggles of small business and as sustainability lead at Fremont Brewing, she has a long history of supporting the local food movement and organic restaurants.
— Maria Hines, Owner of Tilth Restaurant

Logan Bowers
Owner, Hashtag*

Marc Daudon
Environmental Leader

Marcus Charles
Manager, Neumo's*

Maria Hines
Tilth Restaurant

Matt Lincecum
Fremont Brewing*

Matthew Stull
The Bobs*

Michael Smith
Attorney, Impact Bioenergy*

Michaela Martin-McSweeney

Mike Stewart
Ballard Chamber of Commerce*

Nick Harper-Smith

Nikolas Palladino
Phinney Ridge Painting*

Pam Brulotte
Icicle Creek/Guild Pres*

Pete Hanning
Red Door, Fremont Chamber President*

Patrick Brownd
Aspen Medical*

Paul Zarkowski

Pearl Leung 

Randy Bannecker

Randy Schmoeder
Owner, Ghostfish*

Rebecca Sayre
Communications Manager, Seattle 2030 District   

Ref Lindmark
Green Lake Community Council, Metro Transportation Planner*

Rick Mohler
Architect/University of Washington Professor*

Rob Tod
Allagash Brewing*

Rory Sullivan
International Living Future Institute*

Ross Dorn
Director, Pacific Project Management*

Ross McFarlane
Climate Solutions

Ryan Bayne

Sam VanFleet

Sandeep Kaushik
Sound View Strategies* 

Sara Van Fleet
Fitness Instructor

Scott Demartine
Columbia Distributing*

Sheila Stickel
Advocacy Group*

Sidney Chun

Sierra Hansen
Capitol Hill Chamber*

Srirup Kumar
Community Engagement, Impact Bioenergy*

Stephen Schwartz
University of Washington Professor* 

Sue Ann Allen

Susan Sigl
Former Director of Washington Technology Industry Association*

Susan Wickwire
2030 District*

Suzanne Dale Estey
President, Economic Development Council of Seattle & King County* 

Suzie Burke
Fremont Dock*

Taylor Hoang
Pho Cyclo Café, Ethnic Business Coalition*

Tom Malone

Tom McCormick
California Brewers Guild*

Tom Uniack
Washington Wild*

Ty Accornero

*Organizations for identification purposes only