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We Won! Thank You!

Dear Friends,

Thank you for once again choosing me to represent our wonderful city on the Bellevue City Council. I am proud to have been given the opportunity to serve another term on the Council, and I know that we can make our city even better over these next four years.

Since I first took office in 1993, Bellevue has become a regional hub of commerce. Other cities in the Northwest look to us as an example of government responsibility and budget sustainability. Even though we were …

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Mayor Lee through the Eyes of a Student

As one of Mayor Lee’s student interns, I had the fortune of being able to attend his campaign kickoff breakfast from start to finish this past Tuesday. As a high school student, I know that it is typically very difficult for young people to have an opportunity to witness such high profile political events firsthand. I feel that my friend Scott, who sat beside me at the breakfast, summed the experience up quite nicely. “I have never been in a room with so many big …

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The Race Is On! I Have Filed for Re-Election!

The race is on! Earlier this week, I officially filed with King County Elections as a candidate for Bellevue City Council Position 2.

Because we share many of the same values and concerns, you have elected me five times to be your voice. I am privileged to represent you as the most consistent vote on the Council for lowering taxes, cutting wasteful spending, and creating jobs. As Mayor, I have been moving the City forward to position itself for the future.

During the last four years, the City …

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Mayor Lee: Thoughts on Eastside Immigration

Excerpts from Mayor Lee’s interview with Michelle Tolfa of Seattle Magazine for a future feature article on immigration on the Eastside:  

I was born in China, raised in Hong Kong, came to the States in 1958, graduated with a B.S. in engineering from University of Michigan in 1962, and came to Seattle to work for Boeing. I was elected to Bellevue City Council in 1994 and Mayor in 2012.

Would you say that the quality of schools and education in Bellevue is a large part of …

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