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11/13/2006  5:08:00 PM
Edna Shim, Clark Office, (206) 684-8802

Councilmember Sally J. Clark


SEATTLE Seattle City Councilmember Sally J. Clark is looking for a candidate to fill a Council-appointed position on the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission.

The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission (SEEC) is a seven-member citizen body that interprets, administers and enforces the Seattle Elections Code, Code of Ethics, Election Pamphlet Code and Whistleblower Protection Code. Some of its responsibilities include publishing the election pamphlet; maintaining public record reports required by the City's election campaign code and publishing data; and enforcing limitations on campaign contributions. SEEC may authorize investigations, hold hearings, and make findings on alleged violations of any Commission-administered ordinances; consider complaints, inquiries and initiate proceedings; render advisory opinions; publish informative publications, and conduct educational programs as to Commission-administered ordinances.

The City Council is particularly interested in increasing the diversity on the Ethics and Elections Commission, said Clark. Women, persons with disabilities, sexual minorities, and persons of color are especially encouraged to apply.

Members are appointed to the Commission for three-year terms. This position is for a full term appointment ending on December 31, 2010. The appointment is subject to confirmation by the Seattle City Council. Commissioners must reside in Seattle and serve without compensation.

To be considered for appointment to the Commission, please send a letter of interest and resume by December 1, 2006 addressed as follows:
City Councilmember Sally J. Clark
Seattle City Council
PO Box 34025
Seattle, Washington 98124-4025

Or via email:

For more information, please contact Edna Shim (206) 684-8802 or via e-mail .


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