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BREMERTON, Wash. -- Two candidates. One seat on the city council. And one very unique bond. Roy Runyon, a six-year incumbent representing District 6, learned this week that his wife, Kim Faulkner, filed for his seat. The couple is married and living together.
"I just sat down and said I think the city of Bremerton, District 6, needs more qualified people to run for office," said Faulkner, sitting next to her husband at a coffee shop. "I'm going to put my name in the hat." "I was surprised," said Runyon. "I said, 'Boy, you could do a really good job.'" Runyon added, "She has a different approach, which might serve the citizens. She's eminently qualified. She's not experienced in government. But she does have a different approach."
As for her husband, Faulkner gives him the grade of A-. "I feel Bremerton has a lot more we need to do," she said, still sitting next to her husband. "He's very straightforward with his approach. Maybe a softer approach would be better." And then there was this: "I feel I'd be the better candidate."
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