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Fred wins Seattle Port Commission Dist. 5 August primary election!

Thanks to your incredible support, tonight we have confirmation that the voters of King County  want real environmental leadership at the Port of Seattle. I believe that this is an extraordinary moment in history in which both President Obama and the Pope agree that there is urgency to significantly reduce our impacts on the climate. We cannot afford to look ...

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SEIU Local 6 Endorses Fred!

Fred Felleman has proven leadership in protecting our community’s environment and is committed to ensuring all Port workers have good jobs.  The janitors, security officer, airport and stadium workers of SEIU Local 6 are proud to endorse Fred for Port of Seattle Commission.                 – Yasmin Aden, Secretary Treasurer SEIU Local 6

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Join Larry Phillips & Friends and Vote for Fred!

As you consider your primary ballot, please cast your vote for Fred Felleman for Port Commission. I have admired Fred for many years as an effective advocate for Puget Sound and watchdog of the Port of Seattle.  His experience of working with the public and with government agencies on a variety of water quality issues would bring environmental focus to the Port. ...

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Fred quoted in Puget Sound Business Journal

Big oil push for crude exports could bring more oil trains through Washington state Jul 27, 2015, 2:29pm PDT Updated Jul 27, 2015, 2:58pm PDT Steve Wilhelm, Staff Writer Puget Sound Business Journal Right now, U.S. companies are not allowed to export crude oil. But if some very powerful oil companies get what they want, that could be about to ...

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Letter to the Editor: Port candidate Felleman is a true environmentalist

My husband and I sat down for coffee with Fred Felleman, a fellow boater and candidate for the Commission of the Port of Seattle. It was the day after the first Shellno! flotilla. At the end of a meeting that included penetrating questions about his background, understandings and goals, I was totally in his camp. He has eight opponents. How ...

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WA Conservation Voters gives Fred its Sole Endorsement!

Thank you Washington Conservation Voters for giving environmental champion Fred Felleman your sole endorsement for Seattle Port Commission District 5!

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The Stranger Gives Fred its Sole Endorsement!

http://www.thestranger.com/news/feature/2015/07/15/22545709/the-strangers-endorsements-for-the-august-2015-primary-election Commissioner Position No. 5 Fred Felleman Bill Bryant—a poor man’s Mitt Romney—is leaving the port commission to run for governor, and you know what that means: Jay Inslee will win a second term and someone who isn’t an amoral smarm machine could wind up filling Bryant’s seat on the port. Hooray! Our nine contenders for Position 5 represent some ...

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Daily Kos: Fred Felleman is the Right Person for Seattle Port Commission

“Fred Felleman is running for the open position 5 seat on the commission. I’ve looked into his history. I think he’s the right person for the job. I support his candidacy. I hope you will too.” Sun Jul 12, 2015 at 03:31  PDT WASHINGTON STATE Open Thread: Why the Port of Seattle Commission Race Matters to You by John CrapperFollow ...

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KUOW: Concerns Arise That The Green Is Fading At Seattle’s Port

By BELLAMY PAILTHORP As the Port of Seattle joins with Tacoma to compete against other ports in British Columbia and California, concerns have arisen that it might be losing sight of some of key environmental goals, such as creating sustainable jobs. The concerns come as Seattle moves forward with a controversial deal to temporarily host Royal Dutch Shell’s oil drilling ...

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Hometown environmental advocate takes plunge into Seattle port commission race

Fred Felleman has spent a career holding the feet of a host of public agencies to the fire. Now, the part-time San Juan Island resident, a renowned maritime industry watchdog and former member of the Whale Museum Board of Directors, is seeking to join one of the many public agencies that he’s gone to the mat against in the past, ...

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