Progressive Leader

Jennifer Robertson took office as a Bellevue City Council Member in 2009. During her first 9 years in office, Jennifer is proud of her accomplishments in serving the people of Bellevue and surrounding communities. Below are the endorsements from her 2015 campaign. As Jennifer’s 2019 re-election campaign is launched and is up and running, these will be updated with her 2019 endorsements.

  • Public Officials
  • Community Leaders
  • Organizations

Bill Bryant, Port Commissioner
David Carson, Councilmember, Redmond
Reagan Dunn, King County Councilmember
Bill Finkbeiner, Former State Senator
Cyrus Habib, State Senator
Jane Hague, King County Councilmember
Lloyd Hara, King County Assessor
Conrad Lee, Councilmember, Bellevue (former Mayor)
Steve Litzow, State Senator
John Marchione, Redmond Mayor
Hank Myers, Councilmember, Redmond
Lynne Robinson, Councilmember, Bellevue
Carol Simpson, Newcastle City Council
Adam Smith, Congressman
John Stokes, Councilmember, Bellevue
My-Linh Thai, Bellevue School Board
Amy Walen, Kirkland Mayor
Kevin Wallace, Deputy Mayor, Bellevue

Kathy Judkins, Somerset President
Loretta Lopez, Library Board Member
Ellen Kerr, Bridle Trails
Betsy Blackstock, Surrey Downs
John deVadoss, Planning Commissioner
Michele Hilhorst, Planning Commissioner
Aaron Laing, Planning Commissioner
John Carlson, Planning Commissioner
Diane Tebelius, Planning Commissioner
Stuart Heath, Parks Board Member
Dallas Evans, Parks Board Member
Calvin Wang, Environmental Services Commission
Vic Bishop, Transportation Commissioner
Scott Lampe, Transportation Commissioner
Don Davidson, Former Bellevue Mayor
Secretary of State Sam Reed (former)
Attorney General Rob McKenna (former)
US Senator Slade Gorton (Retired)
Peter Horvitz
Gary Guenther
David Schooler
Randy Bannecker
Kari Magill
Mark D’Amato
Greg Porter
John Ellis
Gregg Bennett
Rollin Fatland
Warren Koons
Greg Krape
Bruce McCaw
Faith Roland
Alex Smith
Janine Florence
Brittany Barker
Kemper Freeman, Jr.
John Haynes
Ed Springman
Stu VanderHoek
Bob and Joan Wallace
Todd Woosley
Robert W. Thorpe
Steve O’Donnell
Don & Ruth Marsh
Norm Hansen, Bridle Trails
Giff Thomas, Enatai
Erin Richards
John Matheson
Don Ege

The Seattle Times
Bellevue Firefighters Local 1604
Affordable Housing Council of King and Snohomish Counties
Rental Housing Association of Washington
National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington
Seattle-King Co. Realtors
Pro-Choice Washington
Cascade Bicycle Club
Eastside Business Alliance
M.L. King Co. Labor Council
Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest

Authorized public-private partnership for Bellevue Boys and Girls Club Hidden Valley Community Center and Sports Fields to leverage taxpayer dollars.

Co-Authored City Council's 20-year Vision and Priorities.

Facilitated the installation of signage for Newport Hills Shopping Center at neighborhood’s request.

Voted against continuation and expansion of Red Light Cameras.

Opened Affordable Housing Project at S. Kirkland Park and Ride.

Opened new Bellevue Botanical Garden Visitor's Center.

Represented City Council in advocating against locating Rail Yard in Bel-Red to Sound Transit Board.

Directed City to engage independent consultant on issues relating to Energize Eastside to review the need and appropriateness of the project as proposed.

Obtained unanimous support for the City budget and for funding the Newport Way Sidewalk Project, Phase 2 of W. Lake Sammamish Parkway, restoring the Neighborhood Enhancement Program, funding the Meydenbauer Beach Park (Phase 1),and completion of the Downtown Park. Additionally, we increased police services and restored fire cuts made during the recession to keep our City safe.