City OF SNOHOMISH, Wash. – Over 100 packed SnoTown Brewery, Tuesday, June 29 for the marketing campaign kick-off of Mayor John Kartak in his re-election bid for the Metropolis of Snohomish’s main government.

Kartak was born in Seattle at the former Northgate Hospital and was raised on a farm just across the valley from Snohomish. He moved to Snohomish good in 1996 the place he elevated five sons and has seven grandchildren. 

Snohomish is a politically purple local community with varying faiths and beliefs, Kartak claimed at his campaign kick-off occasion. Even though they differ in viewpoints, the individuals of Snohomish worth a single another as a neighborhood.

Snohomish Mayor John Kartak addressing in excess of 100 attendees at his campaign kick-off on June 29, 2021 at SnoTown Brewery.

“This is a group wherever everyone is aware of their upcoming-doorway neighbors,” Kartak said. “We think about them not as someone with different beliefs, but as our neighbors initially.”

Kartak’s marketing campaign platform is defending tiny-city values, holding Seattle politics out of Snohomish, and concentrating on the main responsibilities of city federal government. 

Kartak is a 32-12 months Standard Contractor as section proprietor and Operations Manager of AAA Kartak Glass & Closet. In the 1990s Kartak assisted variety Slicing Edge Windows, LLC wherever he served as aspect proprietor and Normal Manager up right until currently being sworn in as Mayor of Snohomish in 2017.

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Over 100 attendees at his campaign kick-off of Mayor John Kartak on June 29, 2021 at SnoTown Brewery. Supply: Lynnwood Periods.

SnoTown Brewery is owned by Keri Jensen and Frank Sandoval. Sandoval is a fourth-generation Snohomish resident and supports Kartak mainly because he noticed him putting in the function as mayor from the incredibly commence.

“He wore blue denims and experienced a tape measure on his belt going for walks around town in the early mornings taking measurements to make certain neighborhood legislation will function out and be what’s best for the metropolis,” Sandoval mentioned.

Initially, Jensen “wasn’t a fan” of Kartak. But when Kartak frequented SnoTown to get to know her and Sandoval, she learned that Kartak supports community companies and the local community.

“He is fantastic for the people, little firms, and us,” Jensen claimed. “John Kartak all the way.”

Hence when Kartak wanted a put to host his marketing campaign kickoff, Jensen and Sandoval “gladly offered” their hometown location, SnoTown Brewery.

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Around 100 attendees at his campaign kick-off of Mayor John Kartak on June 29, 2021 at SnoTown Brewery. Resource: Lynnwood Instances.

In accordance to his marketing campaign website, Kartak is a board member on Snohomish County Tomorrow, the U.S. Navy League (Lake Washington & Everett Council), Sons of the American Legion Put up 96, and Vice President of the Snohomish Kla-Ha-Ya Times festival firm.  He is also a member of the Snohomish County Farm Bureau, Snohomish Kiwanis, Back garden City Grange, and Snohomish Sportsmen’s Club.

Jason Rask and his family members and close friends cooked the evening’s feast which integrated coleslaw, cornbread, a exclusive Rask household recipe chili, and 100 lbs of pulled pork which took 16 hours to cook dinner.

“I just like people today being content when they eat my food stuff,” Rask stated.

Snohomish citizens Marli and Jim Andre are voting for Kartak praising his accessibility, with Jim noting that he has been ready to speak with Kartak “half a dozen times” all through his term regardless of under no circumstances having talked to a mayor in his lifestyle. 

“It’s a satisfaction to speak to a mayor who is fascinated in listening to what the neighborhood has to say,” Jim Andre explained. “I sense that everybody has a seat at the table with John.”

For a lot more information and facts on John Kartak and to support his marketing campaign of staying as Snohomish’s mayor, visit his web site or his Facebook

SnoTown Brewery is found on 511 2nd Avenue in Snohomish.