I am thrilled to announce that I have received the endorsement of Snohomish County Sheriff Ty Trenary! The Sheriff has done a fantastic job leading the effort on public safety in the county. I am excited to partner with Ty on a strategy to combat the heroin and opioid epidemic which has impacted Snohomish County. He is a great leader and I appreciate the Sheriff’s public service. I am glad to have his support in the effort to retain my seat on the Snohomish County Council!
I am honored to have received the endorsement of my fellow County Council member, Sam Low. Sam and I are both running to hold our seats on the county council in 2017. We share the vision of advocating for conservative principles at the county level. Sam is a great public servant and I look forward to continuing to work together in the years to come!
Ken Klein is my predecessor on the Snohomish County Council and I am so grateful for his endorsement and his support. Ken has joined my campaign team and his wife, Juliana has graciously agreed to manage my campaign to retain the seat in 2017. Ken recently accepted a position as Executive Director for Snohomish County and has been a tireless advocate for conservative principles in county government. I am looking forward to working with Ken now and into the future to move Snohomish County forward!
I’m proud to announce that I have received the endorsement of State Representative John Koster in my effort to retain my seat on the Snohomish County Council. John represented the 1st county council district from 2002-2014 and has been a great leader in Snohomish County for decades. He is a dedicated public servant and currently represents Washington State’s 39th legislative district in Olympia. John has been a great mentor for me and I am humbled to have his support!
Tune in to KING 5 on Tuesday morning (1/31) for a special interview with my dad and I!
“Nate Nehring won the appointment Monday for the vacant District 1 seat. Nehring, a middle school science teacher and vice chairman of the Stanwood Planning Commission, is the son of Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring. He secured the backing of all four County Council members he’ll be joining on the dais.”