Supporters and Endorsements

 

Brenda stonecipher, Everett city council

"Megan has a strong record of service to the residents of our city. She has distinguished herself as a champion for sensible growth, solutions for homelessness, environmental protection, and political representation for underserved areas. I admire Megan’s courage and tenacity in taking on difficult issues and positions that matter to citizens, as well as her diligence in researching the best solutions for our community. I support Megan for County Council because I know she will work hard for her district."

Everett City Councilmember, Brenda Stonecipher

Everett City Councilmember, Brenda Stonecipher

Scott Whelpley, Mukilteo City Councilmember

“As the only elected Latino and person of color on the Mukilteo City Council, I am positive there is no one better to represent the Hispanic/Latino community than Megan Dunn. She understands the need for stronger representation for the fastest growing minority group In Snohomish County.  Megan has actual life experience raising her two middle school kids and spending countless hours fighting for the middle class.  She has a proven track record of success and a deep understanding of the issues our neighbors face. We share the same values in protecting our waterfront, working hard and listening to the needs of residents.  I’m proud to support her.”

Scott Whelpley

Scott Whelpley

David Simpson, Former Everett city councilmember and former House representative for 38th ld

As a former City Councilmember and House Representative for the 38th LD, I whole-heartedly endorse Megan Dunn. She was a leader in the movement for districts. I saw her careful negotiations and diplomacy to work with people from all sides and come together around a common mission-better representation for all of Everett. As a strong union supporter and member, I am impressed with her background of working for better wages and working conditions."

Megan and David in Everett

Megan and David in Everett

Elected Officials:

State Senator Mona Das
State House Representative June Robinson (38th LD)
Former State Senator Maralyn Chase
Luis Saúl Moscoso, Former State Representative, 1st LD
Brenda Stonecipher, Everett City Councilmember
Christine Cook, Mukilteo City Council President
Steve Smaltz, Mukilteo City Council
Scott Whelpley, Mukilteo City Council
Randy Lord, former Mukilteo City Councilmember
Adrienne Fraley-Monillas, President, Edmonds City Council
David Simpson, Former Everett City Councilmember, former House Representative, 38th LD

Community Leaders

Kathryn Beck, Chair, Everett Planning Commission
Andrea Downs, Director of Special Services and School Board Director
Erin Jones, Education and Systems Consultant and Chair of the African American Caucus for Washington State Democrats
Laura Johnson, Candidate for Edmonds City Council
Melinda Mindy Woods, Edmonds Diversity Commission, Vice-Chair of the Snohomish County Community Services Advisory Council, on the Steering Committee for the Snohomish County Homeless Policy Task Force and Steering Committee for the Resident Action Project.
Andrea Tucker, Chair of Port Gardner Neighborhood; Everett Historical Commission Member and Board Member of Historic Everett
Nicole Gomez, Co-Founder of Alliance for a Healthy Washington; Chair, 36th District
Corina Pfeil, 46th LD PCO and Community Leader
Rick Jordison, former Planning Everett Commissioner

Community members:
Ty Robb
Bob Creamer
MJ Donavan-Creamer
Marilyn Rosenberg
Holly Johanna Winters
Christine Awad Schmalz
Hillary Pirtle
James Trefry
James Harris
Mary Rollins
Carolyn Johnston
Mary Cameron Perillo
Allan Darr
Paula Rhyne
Sandra Huber
Chris Covington, Port Gardner Winery
Linnea Covington, Port Gardner Winery
Teena Ellison
Dave Ramstad
Nina Martinez
Annzolee Olsen
Torie Wagner
Lois Briscoe-Kimball
Jessie Powers
Reeney OReilley
Taylor Xavier
Gail Chism
Jamie Curtismith
Diane Claussen
Natalia Tune
Kent Hanson
Poppy Hanson
Kim Leval
William Lider
Dr. Sanford Wright
Judy Matheson
Tina Hokanson
Laura Wilson
Nancy Sosnove
Jason Webley

Christine Cook, Mukilteo Council President

"I endorsed Megan Dunn because above all else our county needs honest, open, and transparent representation. We share similar goals for responsible economic development and transportation improvement. Megan has a strong desire to help Mukilteo with important issues like our waterfront masterplan and is eager to work together to encourage the new Paine Field commercial airport to not only support the region but also respond to neighborhood concerns. Megan is a proven leader who encourages strong civic and neighborhood engagement."

Christine Cook

Christine Cook

Erin Jones, Education and Systems Consultant and Chair of the African American Caucus for Washington State Democrats

Erin Jones, Education and Systems Consultant and Chair of the African American Caucus for Washington State Democrats

"I support and endorse Megan Dunn because she has demonstrated over the 3 years I have known her that she is committed to excellence, devoted to her community and ready to represent those around her with integrity, compassion and a heart for justice. Megan will not just do the easy thing or say what people want to hear. She will fight for what she believes is right and best for her community."

Megan (left) and Erin Jones (right) at a recent event.

Megan (left) and Erin Jones (right) at a recent event.

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Organizations

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Sole Endorsement of  Washington Conservation Voters

Sole Endorsement of Washington Conservation Voters

Sole endorsement of Sierra Club

Sole endorsement of Sierra Club

Sole endorsement of  SnoCo Indivisible!

Sole endorsement of SnoCo Indivisible!

SVENA  stands for Skykomish Valley Environmental & Economic Alliance

SVENA stands for Skykomish Valley Environmental & Economic Alliance