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Senn will run for Legislature

Mercer Island City Councilmember Tana Senn has confirmed that she will run for State Representative for the 41st Legislative District. It is  the position she held during the 2014 Legislative session this past winter.

Senn, a Democrat,  was appointed to the seat after incumbent Marcie Maxwell of Renton joined Governor Inslee’s staff as a senior policy advisor for education.

Senn kept her seat on the Mercer Island City Council during the 60-day session.

Senn has been a Mercer Island City Councilmember since her appointment to the post vacated by former city mayor, Jim Pearman, in 2012.

 

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