George Hurst has a passion for his community, devoting his time and energy into serving the city he loves. As your city councilman, George has spent the past 6 years advocating on your behalf for responsible budgeting, lower taxes, maintaining roads and affordable housing. 

While the council majority does not always vote with George on these stances, George continues to fight for them. As your Mayor, George will always promote transparency in government, represent the people's voice and be committed to being a servant leader. George understands the issues our city will face in the coming years: Infrastructure, affordable housing, public safety and more. Read about George Hurst and these issues here.


Help George in his goal of making Lynnwood the best place to work, live and play in the Northwest. Please cast your vote for George Hurst for Mayor of Lynnwood. Elect strong leadership that is working for a vibrant Lynnwood!

“I love where I live. Dramatic changes are coming to Lynnwood. Creating policies on the important issues of housing, homelessness, infrastructure and more need to be addressed now.

I will continue to seek your input and participation in your city. Your concerns are my concerns.

I ask for your vote.”


- George Hurst


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In The News

Trouble in Lynnwood

There is a housing crisis in Lynnwood. Whispering Pines is a Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) apartment complex of 240 units that will be torn down in September and must be vacated by August 31.  The most recent information is that 70 units are still occupied. There are now 6 weeks to find housing for these folks at a time when waiting lists for these types of apartments  are measured in years not weeks or months. Unless things change dramatically the City will be faced with a massive wave of residents who will be on our streets or living in their cars. It is time for the County, the City and our faith community to work together to prevent this crisis. Four times in the last two years I have asked the City Council to pass a Displaced Low-income Tenant Ordinance and have been turned down. The present administration and Council have stood by and have ignored the tenants of Whispering Pines. As your Mayor, I will make sure that you will have a City government that serves all our residents with respect and compassion.

Read full article in the Everett Herald:

Whispering Pines residents ‘terrified’ as demolition looms

Posted: July 22, 2021
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