Marvin Rosete seeks Renton City Council seat, position 2

Editor’s note: This is a press release from the candidate’s campaign.

  • Tuesday, May 25, 2021 11:05am
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Marvin Rosete courtesy of Marvin Rosete

Locally-known community leader, Marvin Rosete, is announcing his election to serve on Renton City Council, Position 2. The experienced former non-profit executive and current small business owner has also worked for the King County Executive’s office, the King County Council, and co-founder of the Renton based youth charity, Angels in Sports.

“I am running to help Renton remain strong, especially in a post-pandemic recovery,” Rosete said. “I have represented the interests of our city with the Renton Chamber of Commerce on the South Sound Chambers of Commerce Coalition and Vice-Chair of the Renton Liberty Park Building Committee. Renton is my home. It will be an honor to serve our residents on the Council.”

Marvin outlines several policies on his website, www.MarvinRosete.com, to include expanding the city’s human service capabilities, enhancing public safety, enriching city parks/recreation and arts programs, and encouraging quality transportation and public works projects.

Marvin is a proud graduate of Renton High School and the University of Washington. He earned his Master’s Degree from Seattle University, and will be completing his Doctorate of Education from the University of Southern California.

“A great city government should enrich the lives of everyone who calls Renton home,” Rosete said.

For more information, email info@marvinrosete.com or visit www.marvinrosete.com.


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