Blog: Lee a heartbeat away from mayor

Conrad Lee (Photo by Assunta Ng/NWAW)

For years, Bellevue City Councilmember Conrad Lee wanted to be the mayor of Bellevue. Well, believe and your dream will come true. Last Sunday, his head was held higher than usual. Lee was voted 7–0 as deputy mayor at the last Bellevue City Council meeting in January.

Lee proudly showed his new business cards at an event. Guests proudly shared the news with others. They were buzzing that Lee is only a heartbeat away from being mayor. Lee is now serving his 5th term on the city council.

Bellevue’s population comprises 23 percent Asian Americans. ♦

One Response to “Blog: Lee a heartbeat away from mayor”

  1. Helen Tsang says:

    My sincere congratulations on Conrad’s new role in City of Bellevue. Please keep up the good work.

    Thanks to Conrad, my MBA schoolmate and City of Seattle coworker, for his unweaving devotion to public services.


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