Elect Jordan Sears for Snohomish County Council, Pos. 5

The future is in our hands, don't let it slip through our fingers.

Jordan Sears

"We need a County Council that is prepared
to fight on behalf of our residents. I'm all in."

It's clear that people are hungry for representation that fights for their best interests. We need to stand up to large corporations wanting to sell our natural resources to the highest bidder. We need to support local businesses and working class families. I believe that our vision for social, economic, and environmental justice will flip the 5th.


About Jordan Sears

Jordan Sears got involved in politics at 17 when he ran as a write-in candidate for the Sultan School District Board of Directors. After he won roughly 10% of the vote he continued his fight for students and teachers by joining the Sky Valley Citizens for Schools. He became its secretary for the 2018 special election.

Jordan joined the 39th Legislative District Democrats in January of 2018. Since then, he served various roles on their executive board and has served as chair since September of 2019.

Jordan was appointed to the Gold Bar City Council in March of 2019 and elected in November. After eight months on the Council he was elected Mayor Pro Tem and in January of 2021 he was re-elected. He has passed four resolutions ranging from the environment, LGBTQ+ rights, police accountability, and Ranked Choice Voting.

When he was elected to the City Council he became the youngest elected official in Washington State history and the youngest openly Bisexual elected official in the United States.