Support Kaur for City Council

Satwinder Kaur is the candidate to vote for for Kent City Council Position 2. There is no one better prepared to serve on council than she.

Satwinder grew up in Kent and graduated from Kentridge High School. She attended Green River College and went on to earn an MBA from the University of Washington.

She has excellent listening skills and understands people’s needs and will work with us to make the right choice. She worked for City Council for two years and presently works as a director of IT service delivery and operations for a large firm.

Satwinder has actively volunteered in the community with a number of organizations – as a Green Kent Steward, with the winter emergency shelter, Kent Rotary and the Cultural Communities Board.

You will make the right decision by voting for Satwinder Kaur.

– Ted Schwarz

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