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Anna Mockler represents Bremerton City Council District 6 which includes Anderson Cove, Marine Drive, and commercial and residential areas along 11th Street.
Due to a Special Election that was certified on February 18, Anna was elected to serve the remainder of an unexpired term through 2023.
In 2023, Anna serves on Public Works Committee and Audit Committee. She is a member of the Kitsap Transit Board of Commissioners; and is the alternate on the West Sound Partners For Ecosystem Recovery (WSPER) Executive Committee.
“I stand for good government that is transparent and responsive, safe streets and strong communities, affordable housing, and living wage jobs in a sustainable city. Let our government speak plainly and act rightly, with respect for human dignity. Let’s slow down speeders so we can wave hello to neighbors as we walk. Bremerton needs union jobs, a $15 minimum wage, and employees over contractors wherever possible. I’ll advocate for a residency requirement for Bremerton Police, and residency incentives for all other City employees, because you best serve a community when it’s your own. I’ll work hard for good housing for all in a sustainable city. I’ll be accessible and effective, with a posted schedule of my neighborhood walks and other events on my website.” (Voters Pamphlet)
These are the issues I campaigned on because they are the issues that my constituents told me they cared most about.
These are big ideas for making our daily lives better. I have workable plans to make them a reality.