Working for the community

Good leaders listen, working for the good of the whole community

empowering neighbors
through information

Resolving issues based on facts and inclusion

Together we can make a difference

Edmonds Working for Us
Solutions Through Good Leadership and Government Process

The path is clear

Working together will make a difference

Ranked Choice Voting – A Public Form

A discussion on a current issue being considered by the State Legislature and Edmonds City Council

Edmonds Waterfront Center – Monday – January 24th

Time: 4:00 to 5:30 PM


Registration is limited to 75 individuals, so sign up early.

Principles & Values

Our values embrace the empowerment of our community working together collaboratively. This is not about a party; it’s about Edmonds; our neighbors, our business, and our government. Working together to find solutions to issues. It’s important, we live, work, and care about Edmonds. Principles and values in government matter!  More …

Our Mission @ Work

We envision a community where local elected and appointed leaders provide exceptional governance. Enhancing the quality of life and natural environment for all those who live, work, and care about Edmonds is essential. Local officials, municipal staff, and community members working together to identify and solve challenges respectfully through fact-based solutions.  More …

Candidate Education

We strive to educate candidates about the process of representative government in a nonpartisan manner, using the “Good Government Process” as a solution to provide respectful and productive outcomes that benefit the community.  Our efforts provide knowledge and guidance.  However, we do not endorse or contribute to any campaigns.  Are you Interested? More …

Neighbors Invited

Become a part of Edmond’s future to ensure good governance and accountability are the mainstays for our community. Learning issues and policies that affect Edmonds can bring your voice to our elected and appointed officials focusing on factual information. We all have a responsibility to work together for the benefit of the community. More … 

Please remember that under the Washington State Constitution (Article 4, Section 29) and state statute (Revised Code of Washington (RCW 29A.36.171), local elections are nonpartisan offices.  We encourage voters to look at the qualifications and statements of the candidates in making their decision on who to elect.  Local elections are designed to be conducted in a different manner than those of partisan offices. 

Focus on Edmonds Elected Leaders

Will Chen

City Council Position 2, Council Member

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Neil Tibbott

City Council Position 3, Council Member

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Kristiana Johnson

City Council Position 1, Council-member

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Steve Johnston

Port Commissioner - At Large District 5, Commissioner

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Angela Harris

Port Commissioner District 1, Commissioner

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Jay Grant

Port Commissioner District 3, Commissioner

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Carolyn Brennan

Hospital District, Commissioner

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Dr. Jim Distelhorst

Hospital District, Commissioner

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General Election: November 2, 2021  –  Educate Yourself – Vote Wisely

Our efforts are to provide citizens, media, elected and appointed officials research and policy analysis of issues affecting our community.

We are committed to being a diverse organization that values people from all walks of life to include, but not limited to, those of any age, race, ethnicity, national origin, color, socioeconomic status, gender, physical ability, cognitive diversity, religion, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.

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