Dunn launches re-election campaign for King County Council

  • Thursday, December 8, 2016 12:48pm
  • News

Nearly 500 people attended an event Thursday in Bellevue to support Reagan Dunn’s bid for re-election next year to the King County Council.

“I’m honored to receive such overwhelming support,” said Dunn in a media release. “I am very proud of my record at the King County Council and as this kickoff demonstrates, I’m committed to running a robust and vigorous campaign for re-election.”

Dunn’s District 9 includes much of Kent’s East Hill. He has served on the council since 2005. He lost to Bob Ferguson in a race for state attorney general in 2012.

Rob McKenna, former state attorney general, headlined the campaign event. State Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, also showed up to voice support for Dunn. The event brought in nearly $50,000 to Dunn’s campaign.

More in News

Voters approve both Kent School District levies | Friday update

King County Elections: final tallies close; tech, capital levy prevails by 10 votes

Snow frosting

Overnight dusting covers region; more snow chances, cold in the forecast

Kent Rotary honors top students from Kentridge

Kent Rotary recently honored its Students of the Month from Kentridge High… Continue reading

Gust serves as page for Sen. Fain

Kentridge sophomore spends a week at the Capitol

Hargrove sponsors Kent student as page in state House

Sponsored by 47th District Rep. Mark Hargrove, R-Covington, 14-year-old student Eden Elliott… Continue reading

Most Read