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The Mirror's Editorial Board researched and interviewed candidates in a host of races important to Federal Way so it could make informed voting recommendations in important elections. Each candidate who met with the board was afforded no less than 45 minutes to talk about themselves, their positions and their goals if elected, as well as to answer a variety of questions posed by the seven-member panel.
Community Events, October 2016
Q: Mr. Federal Way, the Federal Way Police Department turned 20 this week. Is that a big deal?
Linda Kochmar is one of the area's most durable elected officials, having held public office in Federal Way for almost two decades as a city councilmember, mayor, and state representative who's seeking her third term the state House.
Washington voters this November will be asked to weigh in on a bevy of ballot measures, including six initiatives, two advisory votes and an amendment to the state constitution.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I heard a rumor that Thomas Jefferson High School was threatened by something involving clowns but the school didn't go on lockdown. There were lockdowns at two other schools that same day though. Is this connected?