Bill Lampson

Kathy Balcom

Allen Brecke

Monica Hatcher

Jim & Sharon Watts

Ed & Gail Frost

Matt & Bonnie Taylor

Davin & Heather Diaz

Bob Quay

Lyn & Jewell Swinyard

Amanda Workman

Jim & Laurie Atchenson

Mike & Sondra Rader

Marisa & Craig Struwe

Pamela Jennings

Susan & Salem Snowdy

Marilyn Kloehn

Kurt & Terri Allender

Terry Marie Fleishman

Jillian Erickson

Dustin & Jaime Watts

Pat Roach

John Roach

Katherine Ostrom

Debra Hughes

Michaela Dimas & Frank Roth


Kennewick Police Benefit Association


Dean and Sandi Strawn


Sue Fifer Frost


Tim Fredrickson


Jim and Kendell Millbauer


Sheet Metal Local 55


Carpenters Local 59


Southeast Washington Central Labor Council


Steamfitters Local


IBEW 112


Teamsters Local 839

Christy's commitment to this community runs deep. She's no newcomer to working tirelessly for the citizens of Kennewick and has long been involved with both the local business community as well as numerous social service agencies.

Just some of the efforts she's been a part of:

Current:

  • Kennewick Block Grant Committee
  • Columbia Center Rotary
  • Columbia Center Rotary Charity Board
  • Badger Club Marketing Committee
  • Human Services Coalition



Past:

  • Past President of Columbia Center Rotary
  • Tri-Cities Regional Chamber of Commerce Executive Board
  • Past Board Chair of Benton & Franklin Counties Continuum of Care
  • Benton and Franklin Counties Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board
  • Past Board Chair Carousel of Dreams
  • JS Dreamland Express fundraising
  • Alliance for Livable and Sustainable Communities Board
  • Past Vice Chair of Columbia Basin Veterans Coalition
  • March of Dimes Board
  • American Heart Association Board
  • United Way fundraising captain

Position 4

Public Endorsements

Christy is running for the Kennewick City Council because she is passionate about the community.  She believes in advocating for those who don’t have a voice – students, retirees, people of every ethnicity, economic background and gender.  She appreciates the current city council and the work they have done.  However, half of the residents are female yet no women are on the city council.  She believes it is time for a woman’s perspective.

Some of Christy’s priorities are: a safe and livable community; gender and ethnic diversity; public/private partnerships; collaboration with other cities; urban growth boundaries to accommodate new schools; Vista Field and Columbia Drive development; CBC Culinary School; new or revitalized Senior Center; public and performing arts.

Christy strives to understand the needs of all citizens: small businesses that are the foundation of our community; young people that represent our future; senior citizens; and families that have made Kennewick their home.

Christy has lived in Kennewick for 27 years and has a great affection for the people who work and play here. Her husband Brad, is a HAMTC worker. She has two adult children, Dustin and Jillian, and four grandchildren, all of whom live in Kennewick.

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Christy Watts for Kennewick City Council

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