I have worked to bring many Progressive policies to the for front on Tacoma, City Council, Tacoma-Pierce County Board of Health, Chrystal Judson Family Justice Center, Tacoma Arts Commission, and now on the Environmental Services Commission. – Marty Campbell

But don’t just take Marty’s word for it, click through the news links below and see for yourself:

  “…a South End resident with the heart of a liberal activist and mind of a small businessman.” — The Tacoma News Tribune Endorses Campbell for County Council District #5 in August primary election

-Councilman cracks down on massage parlors, human trafficking    

– Campbell speaks up for public campaign financing  

– Town hall aims to solidify and strengthen Latino voice in the community

– Board of Health votes to ask Tacoma for health study on methanol project – Campbell votes for human health

-Campbell bans the box, increasing access to city employment

-Campbell moves emergency ordinance blocking expansion of the Northwest detention center

-Councilman leads walking tour of Dometop neighborhood

-Gathering at Tacoma’s Rainbow Center offers solidarity to LGBT community in wake of brutal attack

-Tacoma Council forms immigrant and refugee task force 

-Tacoma considers ‘no questions asked’ firearm surrender program

-Tacoma leaders to kick off opening of bike lane, pedestrian improvements

-The quest to make Tacoma’s solar future more equitable

-City Council sends ‘clear’ and timely signal in support of Click net neutrality

-Art projects to light up Tacoma’s Lincoln District 

-DACA: Tacoma stands alongside Dreamers

-Tacoma plans to begin enforcing years-old billboard law

-Seattle turns down Tacoma councilman’s chess challenge

-Fashion statement or political message? Tacoma councilman’s sweater joins methanol debate

-A focus on the Lincoln District that’s long overdue

-The East Side’s food desert is about to get a little less barren

-The Nose: Scarlet Sweater— it sounds like a book title, or a superhero

-Tacoma again shows signs of a backbone in billboard fight

– Plastic grocery bags on their way out in Tacoma

-Creating spaces for artists to live and work in Tacoma makes sense