Business owner and mayoral candidate Claude Blumenzweig

Issaquah business owner Claude Blumenzweig announces mayoral candidacy

  • Saturday, May 13, 2017 11:36am
  • News

Claude Blumenzweig has announced his candidacy for the Issaquah mayoral race of 2017.

Blumenzweig is the proprietor of Vino Bella, located at 99 Front Street North, Issaquah. He is centering his campaign around developing solutions for residents to deal with the ongoing traffic situation in Issaquah and developing a plan to tackle the increased cost of living for residents within the Issaquah area.

Blumenzweig also plans to abolish the 5 cent bag tax within Issaquah.

“I look forward to engaging with the constituents of Issaquah and hearing their concerns,” Blumenzweig said. “My campaign and I will be very active listening, learning from the citizens of Issaquah. We look forward to delivering our plans to fix the issues at hand that Issaquah is facing.”

Media inquiries may be directed to Justin Costello at (425) 830-1192.

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