Bloomberg presidential campaign opens downtown Kent office

Home base for South King, North Pierce counties

  • Monday, February 24, 2020 1:43pm
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Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg at a march in January in Little Rock, Arkansas. COURTESY PHOTO, Bloomberg 2020

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg at a march in January in Little Rock, Arkansas. COURTESY PHOTO, Bloomberg 2020

Staff of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg opened a campaign office Sunday in downtown Kent.

The campaign’s newest office will serve as home base for organizing operations in South King and North Pierce counties, according to a Bloomberg media release. The campaign has seven offices in the state.

The Presidential Primary in Washington is March 10. King County Elections mailed ballots last week.

State Sen. Lisa Wellman, D-Mercer Island, Washington for Mike co-chair, rallied volunteers, staff and supporters at the Kent office, 224 W. Meeker St.

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