Councilmember Pedersen’s Blog is the Place To Be!

Thank you for clicking onto my blog where I post information about Seattle city government. I focus on the geographic area I was elected in November 2019 to represent: District 4. Our wonderful district is home to over 100,000 people in 20 different neighborhoods from Eastlake to Wallingford to Magnuson Park.

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More Info:

  • For Alex Pedersen’s bio, CLICK HERE.
  • For Alex Pedersen’s track record and highlights in the City Councilmember position, CLICK HERE.
  • For the decision not to run for re-election, CLICK HERE.
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After winning the primary election for Seattle City Council District 4, Alex Pedersen holds up the pair of shoes he wore to knock on the doors of every block in the district to listen to voters. Tuesday, August 6, 2019. (photo credit: Grant Hindsley for Crosscut)
Living legend Ron Sims swearing in new Seattle City Councilmember Alex Pedersen, January 6, 2020.

with gratitude,


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