2019 Primary Council Candidates' Priorities Stack Ranked

¬Position 7      Definitions®        Position 1 Statement®

One Bellevue asked the Bellevue City Council Candidates to stack rank (1-25) a list of priorities. Twenty-two were provided. Three others were open-ended.

Definitions

How the terms in the list are defined gives a deeper understanding. You will find the definitions given to the candidates here. In addition, the candidates gave a 150-word vision statement for their first three priorities. Click the links in the table below, 

Results

Position 1 Position 3 Position 5 Position 7
Martin Acevedo

Martin Acevedo

 

Jeremy Barksdale

Jeremy Barksdale

Stephanie Walter

Stephanie Walter

JD Yu

JD Yu

Janice Zahn

Janice Zahn

Jenifer Roberston

Jennifer Robertson

 Marguerite Ye

Marguerite Ye

Citizen Involvement  Affordability Public Safety City Budget Long Term City Vision Public Safety Citizen Involvement
Public Safety Engaging Neighborhoods Transportation Transportation City Budget Funding Growth Affordable Housing
Economic Development Modernizing Park Use Public Safety Transportation Transportation Transportation
City Budget   City Budget Substance Addiction Affordable Housing Great Public Facilities and Amenities Density
Transportation   Funding Growth Homelessness Emissions Reduction Green Spaces Government Technology & Customer Service
Government Technology & Customer Service   Strong and Resilient Communities Building Smart City with 5G technology Strong and Resilient Communities Neighborhood Character Funding Growth
Neighborhood Character   Citizen Involvement Long Term City Vision Public Safety Long Term City Vision Economic Development
Strong and Resilient Communities   Balancing wide and varied issues facing the city today and tomorrow.  Government Technology & Customer Service Great Public Facilities and Amenities Strong and Resilient Communities Homelessness
Emissions Reduction     Civic Communication Government Technology & Customer Service Affordable Housing Emissions Reduction
Code Enforcement     Code Enforcement Funding Growth Citizen Involvement Green Spaces
Civic Communication     Citizen Involvement Homelessness City Budget City Budget
Green Spaces     Neighborhood Character Citizen Involvement Civic Communication Civic Communication
Urban Forest      Building inclusive environment for diversity Neighborhood Character Code Enforcement Great Public Facilities and Amenities
Affordable Housing     Economic Development Homelessness Homelessness Neighborhood Character
Homelessness     Affordable Housing Park Use Economic Development Strong and Resilient Communities
Substance Addiction     Funding Growth Civic Communication Density Public Safety
Great Public Facilities and Amenities     Density Density Tourism Strong and Resilient Communities
Long Term City Vision     Strong and Resilient Communities Code Enforcement Park Use Long Term City Vision
Funding Growth     Green Spaces Tourism Government Technology & Customer Service Substance Addiction
Park Use     Urban Forest Urban Forest Emissions Reduction Park Use
Innovate energy grid; support the creation of an Eastside Public Utility District for electricity.     Emissions Reduction Substance Addiction Substance Addiction Urban Forest
      Great Public Facilities and Amenities Green Spaces Urban Forest Tourism
      Park Use   It is very difficult to put these in order as ALL are important. Many are of equal value. Private industry and public sector apprenticeships for professional cross-collaboration
      Tourism     Address economic stratification within Bellevue's communities, Closing the income gap through tech education, scholarships, and professional development.
            Create diversity within Bellevue's investments, we need to invest in more industry than just tech.
Statements Statements Statements Statements Statements Statements Statements

Candidate John Stokes did not stack rank the priorities. His priorities are in the statements only.  Candidates not listed did not respond to our repeated requests.

Images from King Country Voters' Pamphlet

¬ Position 7      Definitions®        Position 1 Statement®