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October 29, 2020


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

As we all know first-hand, we are living through a stressful time.  COVID cases are rising throughout the state.  Coronavirus anxiety is real, as the pandemic has impacted our family life, finances and social interactions, not to mention our mental and physical health.  I’ve included some links below with access to many types of support and resources for coping with the virus and helping your loved ones cope as well. 

In addition, the election – and uncertainty about the days following November 3rd – is causing a great deal of anxiety.  Please see below for links to Tuesday night (and later) election results and more information on how to register in person until November 3rd.  King County Elections Director Julie Wise reports that as of this morning, the County has received about 920,000 ballots, which is incredible.  That is almost double the number of ballots we had at this point in 2016.

As always, I would like to hear from you. You can call me at 206-477-1004 or you can reach me by email at 

All the best and I hope you are staying safe.