Grein would bring breath of fresh air to Bellevue City Council | Letter

I have been a resident of the Bellevue area for 25 years. Randy Grein is a breath of fresh air needed on the Bellevue City Council in Position 2. He will listen to the citizens in all of Bellevue and speak his mind as a voice for the citizens while collaborating with the council to help improve the whole city. Randy is a deep thinker and is focused on community collaboration to solve the problems that Bellevue faces.

Randy is a newcomer to politics, but he’s raised a family and built a community in Bellevue — he understands our issues and lived through the complex history that created them. His campaign highlights important Bellevue issues like transportation, homelessness and development, and I see him campaigning at nearly every community event I attend.

I am energized by Randy’s campaign — his commitment to Bellevue as a regular citizen who stepped up where he saw a need, and how he continues to keep his ears and mind open. Conrad Lee is no longer the only choice, or the best choice for City Council Position 2.

I support Randy Grein for Position 2 on the Bellevue City Council this November. Please vote.

Zenda Boss-Hall


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