The Libertarian Party of King County has worked tirelessly with Ignite Foundation to bring the community closer to hard-hitting issues Jo Jorgensen is addressing.
Marliza Melzer is a concerned resident stepping up to run for the 33rd Legislative District of Washington State as a Libertarian. Her goals include returning a voice to her constituency in the legislature, lowering taxes, working to restore parental rights and more.
David Wiley is running for the 38th Legislative District position 2 as a Libertarian. His principles are rooted in issues of accountability concerning positions of power. David seeks to make a difference in the legislature by holding government more accountable for its damages, and reducing the risks where it may impose unintended consequences on citizens.
Thank you for running!
I believe we are Better when we work Together. Our region needs strength in leadership. Our region desperately needs follow through. I have been a life-long volunteer and where I see a need, I fill it. In 2019 & 2020 I was voted the Community’s Best Volunteer in Federal Way and these are just a few of my engagements; Rotary, Mary’s Place, Multi Service Centers, Church camps and fundraisers.
JOSEPH CIMAOMO jr.
Currently serve on the Covington City Council where I serve the City regionally on the Domestic Violence initiative Board with the Sound Cities Association as an alternate and I am also currently the alternate to the Sound Cities Association Public Issues Committee. I also serve the city on the South King Housing and Homeless Partners committee as a member of the executive board. Previously I have served the City as the Vice-Chair of the Budget Priorities Advisory Committee, before serving on the Council. I have served the City on regional boards in the areas of Transportation, Regional Safety, and solid waste.