“I want to serve on City Council because I believe public safety is of great importance, especially in Southwest Everett, ensuring we have a city that is friendly to businesses providing good family wage jobs and making sure that our neighborhoods are safe.
I want to do my part to help make our city’s neighborhoods safe and secure so that our families can live without worry for their well-being. I also want to serve on city council because I believe that our response to homelessness is immediately necessary. I want to help those who are living on the streets and help find ways to remedy drug dependency in our district and in our city.”
"As a teacher, I understand the importance of building a strong foundation and encouraging a growth mindset. Working in youth ministry has given me the chance and the ability to listen and understand individuals and families.”
- Tommie Rubatino
Before getting his bachelors degree and choosing teaching and ministry as his profession, Tommie worked in Snohomish County at a family-owned pizza franchise in Bothell, in the mortgage industry, and in the apartment industry in Everett. In all of these occupations, he worked hand-in-hand and face-to-face with people from all walks of life. Tommie lives with his wife Emily and two daughters, in South Everett.