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Margaret Pageler

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Council
Position 1
Chow
Nicastro
 
Council
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Jones
Steinbrueck
 
Council
Position 5
Firestone
Pageler
 
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Chong
Wills
 
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Compton
Mason
 
Prop 1
Seattle Ctr
Comm Ctr
Levy

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Prop 2
Gender
Neutral
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Prop 3
Obsolete
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Prop 4
Obsolete
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Prop 5
Annual
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Prop 6
Eliminate
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Prop 7
Claims &
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Prop 8
Obsolete
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Election
Provisions

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Prop 9
Civil
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Commission

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Prop 10
Police
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Prop 11
Fire
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Prop 12
Mayor's
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Prop 13
Initiative
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Time Limits

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Prop 14
Oaths of
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Prop 15
Drafting of
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Amendments

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  Margaret PAGELER

CAMPAIGN ADDRESS:
800 Fifth Avenue, #101 PMB 183
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206.721.9234
Fax: 206.285.4609
Email: lkstores@aol.com
Web: www.margaretpageler.com

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Rated "OUTSTANDING" by the Municipal League.

Seattle P-I: "Pageler has emerged as one of the Council's most effective workhorses, successfully taking on difficult issues such as gun control…. Pageler has earned a reputation for doing her homework, for being a straight shooter who will not simply go along to get along. Pageler warrants re-election."

Seattle Times: "Pageler is a no-nonsense official…. Pageler gets the endorsement because year after year, week after week, she's the council's workhorse, not its showhorse…. She is smart, measured and experienced."

Margaret Pageler says:

Seattle is the most vibrant city in America today. Look around you. What do you see? Robust economy. Crime down. New initiatives for arts and the environment. A sense that Seattle is moving in the right direction.

It's no accident. For the past eight years, I've worked hard to make Seattle a good place to live. I get things done.

Affordability. I've guaranteed that one of your big housing costs — utility bills — remained low by ensuring that your electric utility stays independent. Result: lowest residential light rates in urban America.

Safety. I organized Seattle's first gun buyback and trigger-lock campaign. We now have a national model for violence prevention in our schools thanks to the "Cops and Docs" program where police and ER doctors give kids the straight facts about guns. Result: safer schools, lives saved.

Environment. I'm ensuring city government does its part. I'm Seattle's leader on salmon recovery. I preserved Seattle's pristine watershed, launched the City's response to global warming, increased water conservation, and have all city agencies committed to slashing use of toxic chemicals and pesticides. Result: sustainable performance.

Downtown and the Neighborhoods. Six years ago I made a commitment to revitalize our dark, decaying city center. Result: a vibrant, successful downtown today. I "adopted" the most controversial neighborhood planning area — West Seattle. Result: ArtsWest Center, new police precinct, creek restoration already launched.

Infrastructure. I'm spearheading new investments in stormwater drainage, replacing Seattle's aging waterpipes, and upgrading power lines and streetlights. I reorganized the City's response to landslides. Result: a city that works! I serve on the State Board of Health and chair the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency.

I work hard. I get things done.

But the work isn't finished. Solid leadership is more important than ever on this new City Council. I'm asking again for your vote, and I thank you for it.

 
 
 
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