“Understanding complex financial and budgetary models is his specialty, but communicating in a way that everyone seems to understand is his gift”Leslie Lewallen
Camas City Council At-Large candidate Stephen Dabasinskas is proud to announce the official endorsement of Camas City Councilor and US House of Representatives CD-3 Candidate Leslie Lewallen for his Camas City Council campaign. “It is a privilege to have one of Camas’ most important servant leaders supporting my vision for a safe, secure, and family affordable future for all Camasonians. Leslie shares my belief that listening is our number one duty in municipal leadership, and I look forward to working closely with her on the many issues facing our City,” Dabasinskas said.
“I am so proud to endorse Stephen Dabasinskas for Camas City Council,” Councilor Lewallen explained. “Stephen’s connection to the average citizen is remarkable. His ability to command a room of CEOs in the morning, while explaining cost benefit analysis to residents at a retirement home in the afternoon is truly inspirational.” Lewallen added, “Understanding complex financial and budgetary models is his specialty, but communicating in a way that everyone seems to understand is his gift. Stephen’s election will be a huge win for Camas!”
Leslie Lewallen was sworn into office on November 23, 2021, to the position of Ward 3, Position 2. Leslie was elected to serve her first full-term on City Council for the term ending December 31, 2025. She is a fifth generation Washingtonian with a family history of public service. Leslie graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and Seattle University School of Law with a Juris Doctorate. She practiced as a judicial clerk for Chief Justice Gerry Alexander at the Washington State Supreme Court and worked as a Deputy King County Prosecutor prior to joining private practice that focused on land use, property rights, and environmental law. Leslie and her husband, Brian, have four children and have been part of the Camas community since 2018.
To learn more about this endorsement and Stephen’s campaign, visit stephen4council.com.