Adrienne Obregon

Adrienne Obregon announces run for Federal Way City Council Position 6

Local leader and activist Adrienne Obregon has announced her candidacy for Federal Way City Council Position 6.

Retired child development teacher, school-age teacher, and preschool director Adrienne Obregon is making her first run for city council.

The people of Federal Way deserve a representative who will serve with honesty and integrity. Adrienne Obregon is running to uplift the community, to empower the citizens of the city, to give hope to the people, and to restore confidence in the city council.

Adrienne Obregon humbly asks the community for the opportunity to serve them and to contribute to the city’s growth and prosperity by supporting public safety, by working towards a solution to providing resources, services, and programs to prevent and end homelessness, and by promoting equality for all.

For more informaiton, visit adrienneobregon.com.




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