Endorsements

Federal leaders

Suzan DelBene, U.S. Representative

Rick Larsen, U.S. Representative

Snohomish County government

Dave Somers, County Executive

Stephanie Wright, County Council (District 3)

Megan Dunn, County Council (District 2)

Bob Drewel, former County Executive

Terry Ryan, former County Council (District 4)

Dave Gossett, former County Council (District 4)

Washington State Legislators

Sen. Derek Stanford, District 1

Rep. Shelley Kloba, District 1

Rep. Davina Duerr, District 1

Rep. Dave Paul, District 10

Sen. Marko Liias, District 21

Rep. Strom Peterson, District 21

Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self, District 21

Sen. Jesse Salomon, District 32

Rep. Cindy Ryu, District 32

Rep. Lauren Davis, District 32

Sen. June Robinson, District 38

Rep. Mike Sells, District 38

Rep. Emily Wicks, District 38

Sen. Steve Hobbs, District 44

Rep. John Lovick, District 44

Everett School Board

Director April Berg

Councilmembers

John Steckler, Mill Creek City Council

Brian Holtzclaw, Mill Creek City Council

Mason Thompson, Bothell City Council

Davina Duerr, Bothell City Council

Stephanie Vignal, Mill Creek City Council

 

Unions and organizations

Sierra Club

Washington Conservation Voters
Equal Rights Washington

Snohomish & Island County Labor Council

Laborers Union Local 292

Operating Engineers Local 302

Teamsters Joint Council 28

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 191

Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters

Paine Field Fire Fighters, IAFF 2597

Fair Vote Washington

Fuse Washington

Snohomish County Democrats

1st District Democrats

21st District Democrats

32nd District Democrats
44th District Democrats

Snohomish County Young Democrats

The Daily Herald Editorial Board

"[Jared] Mead has moved quickly to build solid working relationships with a politically diverse but largely cooperative council... Mead has shown he counts on reliable information and thoughtful consideration of issues. During last month’s budget debate... Mead showed a commitment to continuing the discussion on community concerns about the county budget and policing: “We’re going to do this again. And we’re going to do it the right way. And we’re going to have some reforms,” Mead said."

 

"Mead has justified his nomination by party precinct leaders and the council’s unanimous appointment; voters can now give Mead a full year to further demonstrate his skills and commitment to the district and the county at large."