Seattle City Council Position 8
Tue July 16, 2013
City Council Candidate David Ishii: Seattle Needs A Search Engine
David Ishii is a retired postal worker who makes his living as an artist and street performer. In his first run for office, he is challenging Mike O'Brien in Seattle City Council Position 8.
Ishii had originally declared his intention to run for mayor, but then switched to the council race because the mayor's race was "too crowded," he said.
Ishii believes that the city could solve its fiscal problems by developing its own google-like search engine. "That would be worth gadzillions of dollars," he said. Fighting corruption at City Hall would be his main focus in office.
Ishii said he would not take a salary if elected to office, but instead would donate it to "The First Tee," a program which teaches golf to city kids.
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