Brittney Bush Bollay
Bollay is the incumbent and currently serving as Vice Chair of the King Conservation Board of Supervisors. During her first term, she focused on responsible spending and transparency of the use of public funds, in addition to prioritizing equity in all actions of the KCD. She remains steadfast in supporting local agriculture, clean waterways, our forests (both urban and rural), and healthy salmon habitat. She has also worked to move this election to a regular cycle to encourage more voters to participate. Bollay’s career is with the Sierra Club, and she has been active with the Democrats in the 36th legislative district.
Goheen is a local farmer who knows the challenges in our county of water conservation, healthy soils management, and fisheries. He has experience working in several roles to affect policy, improving Washington farmers’ viability and prioritizing clean water in our rivers, our lakes, and the Sound. Erik is committed to climate-change mitigation and environmental healing, and he knows how to work with stakeholders to achieve this.
Goheen has been a Democratic party organizer and activist, and he offers those skills in communicating and organizing. If elected, Goheen would be the only rural dweller on the council.