ARMONDO FOR MAYOR
Armondo is the only candidate with over 30 years of service to our community. A life-long resident and longtime local business owner, his family has deep roots in Renton. Armondo is a leader in our community.
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A Message From Armondo
I’m happy to announce I am running for the office of mayor of the City of Renton. We are blessed to live in Renton, one of the most diverse communities in the nation. It has been my humble honor to serve and represent the residents and businesses of this city as a two-term member of the City Council. I feel privileged to work on behalf of all residents to ensure Renton continues to provide the services we all count on. The most important functions of government are to safeguard its citizens and provide well-delivered basic services. As the mayor of Renton, I will continue to work every day toward keeping this commitment. I ask for your support to join me in this campaign.
A Renton Native
Armondo Pavone is a life-long Renton resident and Renton business owner since 1985. His family has deep roots in Renton, his great, great grandfather was James Tonkin a Renton Business owner and his father John Pavone retired after serving 25 years on the Renton Police Department. Armondo and his wife Angela, live on Renton Hill and have two young sons. Armondo, Angela and their business partner Franco Phillips own and operate The Melrose Grill in Downtown Renton. He attended Shoreline Community College and is a Renton High School Graduate.
- Renton Police Officers Guild
- Ryan McIrvin – Renton City Council Member
- Carol Ann Witschi – Renton City Council member
- Rick Marshall – Chief Renton Fire Authority
- Gary Kohlwes – Superintendent, Renton School District (former)
- Michael Christ – SECO Developments
- Chuck Pepka – Renton Coil Spring
- Mary Clymer – Renton Arts Commission
- Laurie Beden – Library Advisory Board
- Bernadine Dochnahl – Valley Medical Center Commissioner
- Nancy Bakus – Auburn Mayor
- Franco Phillips – Melrose Grill
- Bob Raphael – Service Linen Owner
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