Alex Pedersen Appreciates
Strong Support from Voters;
Pledges to Work Hard
to Win General Electio n, Too.


CONTACT: Alexa Halling, 206-502-9092

SEAT TLE, August 6, 20 19 -

Alex Pedersen Statement on Election Night Results:

"I deeply appreciate the support thousands of voters of District 4 have shown to me, my campaign, and our platform to bring accountability to City C ouncil. The voters who enabled us to win this primary election clearly want a new Councilmember with a sensible approach to city government and the experience to address homelessness."

"After personally doorbelling voters on every block in all 20 neighborhoods of our District over the past nine months, I look forward to connecting with even more voters over the next three months, so we can win in November and hit the ground running to make things better for everyone."

For the official election results,  click here.

For our campaign website,  click here .

Alex Pedersen, a progressive results-oriented Democrat running on a platform of accountability, was the first candidate in the entire city to qualify for the city's Democracy Voucher program and received the most vouchers from District 4 residents.

Pedersen officially launched his campaign on November 28, 2018 for District 4. Because the incumbent Rob Johnson vacated his seat early, the City Council appointed a temporary caretaker until D-4 voters choose their own 4-year Councilmember in the August primary and November general elections.

District 4 is home to approximately 100,000 residents in 20 neighborhoods including Bryant, Belvedere Terrace, Cowen Park, Eastlake, East Fremont, Hawthorne Hills, Inverness, Laurelhurst, Magnuson Park, Maple Leaf, Ravenna, Ravenna Springs, Roosevelt, Sand Point, the U District, University Park, View Ridge, Wallingford, Wedgwood and Windermere.

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