He puts Everett and quality of life first

In the upcoming election we have the ability to retain a city council person who really has the best interest of the city of Everett in mind.

Dan Warnock has in the past and will in the future vote for smart growth and development when it’s compatible with our neighborhoods and businesses. With growth projects on the boards, we need a councilperson who will consider Everett first and be willing to make the tough decisions against special interest that forego the quality of life we all want in the city of Everett. If these projects make sense, I know Dan will give his support. If they don’t, Dan will make the choice to oppose.

During his past term Dan has proven to be devoted to his job and has gone above and beyond for our benefit. Dan Warnock is the councilman to choose for position 3.


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