Vote! John Flynn
for Kalama City Council, Position 4

John envisions the City Council promoting clean, sustainable jobs while maintaining our small town atmosphere and quality of life.

“I believe that I can contribute to a positive change and future for Kalama.
I see Kalama’s future as a place where people would want to raise
their families, visit, and recreate."
~John Flynn

John and his wife, Teresa, retired to Kalama as an ideal location to spend their “golden years”. The small town atmosphere, livability, and access to the Columbia River and its fishing were all critical in their decision. Working to protect that quality of life for all in Kalama, John and Teresa are active in the No Methanol Refinery and Clean Air Kalama campaigns. Read more About John Flynn.


Sign Waving

8-9 am on Thursday October 24 at Toteff Park,
where First and Elm Streets meet in downtown Kalama.

8-9 am on Friday October 25 at exit 32
Volunteers needed. Come on down and join us!

John speaking at a Candidate's Forum hosted by AMALAK along with all 5 other candidates for City Council and 2 for Port Commission at the Kalama Community Building on Oct. 21.

9/23 John stands with the Protectors of the Salish Sea in Olympia. Aside indiginous leader Paul Wagner he speaks against two massive fracked gas projects that will damage the health of Washington state residents and our rivers.

Primary Election Results (final #s)

YEAH! Congratulations, John defeats the incumbent and will run in the general election! Our HUGE thanks to all the volunteers and supporters.

Final primary election results.

Voter turnout in Kalama 48.1%, over double the countywide turnout of 23.1%.
[Click image for full results.]

John Flynn in the news: All three candidates running for City Council position 4 interviewed in Longview's The Daily News 7/17.

“I firmly believe that the voices of the people should be listened to and followed to the best of the ability of the council,” Flynn said. “I think I’m capable of being a fair and impartial listener, and I would try to base any decisions or policy changes on the best available evidence and information.”

Read the entire article at Challengers Vying for Kalama Council Seat.

Meet & Greet the Candidates, July 16th, Kalama Community Center
Democracy in action as John and wife Teresa speak with residents about Flynn's vision for Kalama and goals for the City Council. A great success sharing information, buttons, flyers.
Photo from Meet and Greet July 16th. 12 candidate booths. Full room of candidates talking with residents.
Photo from Meet and Greet July 16th. Flynn listening to city resident. Photo from Meet and Greet July 16th. Flynn talking with city residents. Photo from Meet and Greet july 16th. Flynn discussing his vision for Kalama with city residents.
Photo John Flynn in red 1935 Ford pickup at Kalama Parade July 13th. Great fun at the Kalama Parade on Saturday 7/13. John riding in red 1935 Ford pickup enjoying some small town quality of life. He and wife Teresa (with parade candy!) joined by two longtime Kalama resident supporters.

6/25 John (4th from left) joins other local concerned citizens (many from Cowlitz County) in celebrating decision by Port of Vancouver Commissioners following their vote not to pursue new bulk fossil fuel terminals and exports.
Port of Vancouver board: No fossil fuel terminals | The Columbian

5/23 The campaign is off and running. John is one of three candidates running for Kalama City Council Position 4 along with Steve Kallio and incumbent Rosemary Siipola. Get to know John, you'll want to support him. He is the change we need in Council. City Council is a nonpartisan position, but John describes himself as a moderately conservative Democrat.

John Flynn headshot.

John Flynn
Win with Flynn.

Email: John@

(360) 798-6663‬

To support John
send personal check to:

John Flynn
P.O. Box 1813
Kalama WA 98625


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Display a LAWN SIGN!
Contact John for a sign
360-798-6663 or email.

Important Dates

Registered voters should
have received ballot
and voter pamphlet.

Deadline to register
online to vote
: Oct. 28

Deadline to register to
vote or update your reg.
(in-person only): Nov. 5

Your vote counts!

General Election:
November 5

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