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Elections 2017: Bellevue City Council Position 4

Bellevue City Council Position Number 4 is an open seat. KBCS’s Gregg Selby spoke with Bellevue City Council candidates Jared Nieuwenhuis and Karol Brown. They are running for Bellevue City Council Position 4.

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General Election: November 5th, 2013

In King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties the last day to register to vote is October 28th.

The 2013 general election is Tuesday, November 5th.  You can vote:

  • By mail. Ballots require first class postage and must be postmarked by November 5th.
  • At an accessible voting center by 8 p.m.
  • At a 24-hour drop box or a scheduled van drop by 8 p.m.

Don’t forget to sign your ballot envelope!

For extensive election coverage from KBCS, check out Sonya Green’s interviews with candidates for Bellevue City Council, Bellevue School Board, Seattle City Council, Seattle School Board and Initiative 522.

Voting information is available on your county election website:

For a progressive take on the upcoming election, check-out the Progressive Voter’s Guide.

Bellevue City Council candidate debates, position 4 & 6

KBCS held Bellevue City Council candidate debates for position 4 and 6. The two candidates running for position 4 are longtime businessman and Bellevue’s mayor, Conrad Lee. Lee has been with the council since 1993. His challenger is Lyndon Heywood. Heywood is a graphic artists, and he’s on Redmond’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Board, its Bicycle Wayfinding Subcommittee, and volunteers at Phantom Lake School.

Listen to the debate here: KBCS_M+I_20131014_Bellevue City Council

Candidates Lynne Robinson and Vandana Slatter both challenged longtime City Councilman Don Davidson and defeated him in the primary for position 4. Lynne Robinson is a physical therapist who is on the Bellevue Parks and Community Services Board, and has been on the Bellevue Network on Aging. Lynne received 48 percent of the vote in the primary. Vandana Slatter works for Amgen, and has been a clinical researcher for 25 years. She also has served on the State Board of Pharmacy. Vandana earned 26 percent of the vote in the primary. KBCS held this debate in partnership with reporter Venice Buhain.

Listen to the debate here: KBCS_M+I_20131014_Bellevue City Council Don Seat

Seattle City Council Candidates – Position 8

Today on Music + Ideas, KBCS News Director Sonya Green referees a discussion between candidates in the August. 6th primary election for Seattle City Council, Position 8:

Listen and download the interview here: KBCS_M+I_20130724_Seattle City Council Position 8

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Bellevue City Council Primary Candidates – Position 6

Today on Music + Ideas, KBCS News Director Sonya Green and Venice Buhain, Editor of Bellevue.Patch.com, referee a discussion between candidates in the August. 6th primary election for Bellevue city council – position #6.

Listen and download the interview here: KBCS_M+I_20130722_Bellevue City Council Position 6

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Bellevue City Council Primary Candidates – Position 4

Today on Music + Ideas, KBCS News Director Sonya Green and Venice Buhain, Editor of Bellevue.Patch.com, referee a debate between candidates in the August. 6th primary election for Bellevue city council – position #4.

Download audio: KBCS_M+I_20130708_Bellevue_City_Council_Pos4_Candidates