Edmonds mayor: Tibbott has qualities office needs

Neil Tibbott has qualities for Edmonds mayor.

Neil and Margaret Tibbott have been our neighbors for 20 years. He has been a neighborhood leader, bringing us together to build community and friendships. He became a planning board member and chair and is now serving as a qualified elected city council member.

We know from personal experience that Neil has the qualities that we are looking for in our mayor: integrity, honesty, inclusiveness and most important, a commitment to finding solutions that benefit everyone.

He is absolutely not beholden to any special interest group and is truly non-partisan. He is a civil servant not a politician. As mayor, he will continue to be inclusive, open to new ideas and committed to good government in our beautiful city. Please mark your ballots for Neil Tibbott for mayor. Thank you.

Richard and Julie Johnson


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