What Unites Us Is Stronger Than What Divides Us
The biggest challenge facing our nation and our county is our inability to have civil and meaningful conversation. But our water, air, soil, jobs, health, public safety, housing, and environment are not partisan issues. That’s why I will continue to bring vision, ingenuity, and leadership to the Whatcom County Executive’s Office and work to find practical solutions and then put them into action.
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Vote Satpal Sidhu
150 W Axton Road Unit #1
Bellingham, WA 98226
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Four years ago, the people of Whatcom County supported me in my campaign to become County Executive. I am very grateful for that trust, and I have worked tirelessly to fulfill the promises I made then.
I sincerely believe that Whatcom County is the best place to raise a family, and I am working to make sure that remains true for many generations to come.
Prior to becoming Whatcom County Executive, I served a Whatcom County Council member for five years, served as a Dean of Engineering at Bellingham Technical College, and worked as a professional engineer and senior business executive.
My wife, Mundir, and I have been married for nearly 45 years, have lived in Lynden for 35 years, and our 3 sons attended and graduated from Meridian schools. I grew up in India and spent time working in the petroleum industry in Canada before moving to Whatcom County.