Fraley-Monillas works for all of us

Edmonds voters: Do you want an Edmonds City Council person who consistently votes against raising building heights in downtown Edmonds and in the harbor/waterfront area? Do you want a council representative who considers a wide variety of citizen opinions before voting on city legislation?

Yes! Then vote for Adrienne Fraley-Monillas for council position 3!

Do you want a city council person who votes for development within the existing comprehensive plan and who works for economic development that protects our environment and preserves Edmonds “small town” atmosphere?

Yes! Vote for Adrienne Fraley-Monillas!

Adrienne is devoted to democratic procedures for accessible, transparent government. She works collaboratively for cost decreasing efficiencies and knows that the business of the city is to provide services. Adrienne cares about ordinary people in all of Edmonds. We need her on the Edmonds City Council.

Vote for Adrienne Fraley-Monillas

Rowena Miller

Edmonds

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