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February 1, 2007 at 4:17pm

Marty Campbell announces his candidacy for Tacoma City Council

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It's official.  Marty Campbell announced he's running for Tacoma City Council, a fact many of us have known for a while.  Campbell truly cares about this city, especially the arts.  Good luck Marty. â€" Ron Swarner 

Via press release: Marty Campbell, Tacoma Community leader, entrepreneur, and Arts Advocate, announced his candidacy for Tacoma City Council today. 

"I want to talk to every Tacoman about their concerns and how the City can improve its service to each of its citizens. We need a leader to drive this conversation towards results. I have the experience and leadership to engage community partners and citizens toward solutions" Campbell said. 

With his unique experience in business, non-profit and neighborhood organizations Campbell understands the high level of commitment needed to serve on the Council. As the owner of two successful neighborhood businesses for over a decade, Stadium Video and Buzzard's Discs, Campbell will be the voice for small business and economic development on the City Council. 

Campbell is running for position eight, the city-wide seat which will be vacated by fellow small business owner Bill Evans, whose term will expire in 2008.

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