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Robyn Mulenga

Name: Robyn Mulenga
Running For: City of Auburn City Council Position No. 5
Current Position: Auburn School District School Board, District Director no. 2.
City: Auburn, Wa
Website: 
Social Media: Facebook
PDC Page: MULENGA ROBYN C, 2019
Education: First in family to graduate college. BA in Communications, Pacific Lutheran University
Occupation: Land contracts for the federal government

Endorsements:  Auburn City Councilmember John Holman, Deputy Mayor Bill Peloza*, Councilmember Bob Baggett, Councilmember Claude DaCorsi*, School Board President Ryan Van Quill*, School Board Director Laurie Bishop*, Former School Board Director Anne Baunach*, Former Superintendent Kip Herren*.
*Endorsement pending independent verification

Public Statements From the Candidate:

Candidacy Announcement

Q&A from the Auburn Reporter: Read Here

King County Voter’s pamphlet statement: “I am running for city council to create a welcoming environment where residents want to live, work and see their businesses flourish. It’s important to have an inclusive community where all people feel accepted.  Over the past 4 years, I have addressed the concerns of our community.  I will continue to listen and drive change as a city council member.  My goals are to find solutions for homelessness and continue the active engagement between the city, its neighbors, the school district and Green River College.

I know how to work well with others to make progress. As a school board member, I was influential in bringing a bond, supported by voters, for two new elementary schools and six replacement schools. These facilities will make a difference in the lives of children, educators, and the surrounding community.

I’ve been a resident of Auburn for fourteen years. I ask for your vote.”

Revive Candidate Forum: Auburn City Council Candidates Interviewed by Revive Church

King County Voter’s Pamphlet statement: read here
Pierce County Voter’s Pamphlet statement:
read here


Candidate statements are unedited and remain in their original context.  The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified the contents of candidate statements and encourages readers to perform their own independent research prior to casting their vote.

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