News on Lynne Robinson for Bellevue City Council
Wednesday May 1, 2013
Robinson for Bellevue City Council Announces $35,000 Raised
Robinson raises close to 15,000 in April contributions, adds key community leaders to broad list of supporters
BELLEVUE – In just over two months on the campaign trail, Lynne Robinson for Bellevue City Council announces $35,000 raised in contributions and pledges with close to $15,000 raised in April alone. In a demonstration of her broad local support, the Bellevue Parks commissioner, Bellevue Network on Aging Board Member, and small business owner has raised over 90% of her contributions directly from Bellevue and Eastside donors with an average contribution of $243.
In addition to a successful month in fundraising, Robinson has secured more key endorsements including former Bellevue Mayor Cary Bozeman, and former Councilmembers Iris Tocher and Margot Blacker. These latest endorsers join over 75 community leaders including State Representative Ross Hunter and Former Mayors Connie Marshall and Nan Campbell. Click here for a complete list of endorsers.
Robinson, who presented to U.S. Representative Smith in her role as a Bellevue Network on Aging Board Member on Improving Access to Medicare Coverage Act of 2013 earlier this month said, “I am honored to have received such an outpouring of support from the elected officials, community leaders, and residents I have worked with for years from across the community. As Councilmember, I will work every day to position Bellevue for the future, while staying sensitive to the needs of our community.”
Robinson is running for Position 6, currently held by incumbent Don Davidson. She and her husband, a housing and human services professional, live in the Woodridge neighborhood. Their children attended Bellevue Public Schools, and one is currently a graduating senior.
Tuesday April 23, 2013
Groundbreaking for the new Bellevue Botanical Garden Visitor's Center. It will be a fantastic addition to the gardens that will serve the entire community.
Breaking ground for new Botanical Garden visitor center
Plants aren't the only things growing at the Bellevue Botanical Garden this spring. To accommodate a steady increase in popularity, the Garden is set for some dramatic growth of its own, including the construction of a new visitor center and expansion of the parking lot...
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Lynne Robinson for Bellevue City Council Campaign Momentum Grows with New Endorsements, Campaign Funds
Former Bellevue Mayors Nan Campbell, and Connie Marshall join community leaders supporting Robinson for Council; Over $21,000 raised to date
BELLEVUE – Momentum on the Lynne Robinson campaign for Bellevue City Council continues to grow with the announcement of two key endorsers, former Bellevue Mayors Nan Campbell and Connie Marshall, and former Council Members Iris Tocher and Margot Blacker. These latest endorsers join State Representative Ross Hunter and current and former city leaders supporting the Bellevue Parks commissioner, small business owner, and advocate for seniors.
Robinson also announced having raised over $21,000 in just six weeks. Contributions were received from over 60 supporters, $20,000 of which was raised from Bellevue and East King County contributors.
In addition to running an aggressive campaign, Robinson presented to U.S. Representative Adam Smith earlier this week in her role as a Bellevue Network on Aging Board Member, advocating for “Improving Access to Medicare Coverage Act of 2013”.
Lynne is running for Position 6, currently held by incumbent Don Davidson. She and her husband, a housing and human services professional, live in the Woodridge neighborhood. Their children attended Bellevue Public Schools, and one is currently a graduating senior.
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News on Bellevue Patch:
Lynne Robinson Announces Run for Bellevue City Council Position 6
Feb 22, 2013 – Lynne Robinson, a business owner and Bellevue parks commissioner, announced that she will run for Position 6, which is held currently by incumbent Councilman Don Davidson...
Bellevue parks commissioner Lynne Robinson to run for City Council
February 22, 2013 · 11:12 AM
Bellevue parks commissioner Lynne Robinson will run for the City Council is fall for Position 6, now held by Don Davidson.
“We are a growing, diverse city in need of new energy and perspectives on the Council undefined and a healthy dose of civility,” Robinson said in her announcement...http://www.bellevuereporter.com/news/192541831.html