Eric Fejeran for Pullman City Council

The fight for economic, social, and racial equality in Pullman has never been more important. Join our campaign for info and updates.

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Eric Fejeran for Pullman City Council campaign participating in a 4th July parade.

Endorsed By the Coalition of Academic Student Employees

We are honored to receive the endorsement of the Coalition of Academic Student Employees (ASEs) at WSU. Currently, the ASEs are in negotiations with the WSU Administration for their inaugural contract, aiming to fortify and ensure greater equity at WSU. The ASEs play a pivotal role in upholding WSU's reputation as a top-tier institution, and it's only fitting that their contract mirrors their invaluable contributions. Learn more about their efforts here: https://wsucase.org/

WSU Coalition of Academic Student Employees UAW.
Eric Fejeran at the Palouse Music Festival with Bridget, the golden retriever mascot.

Meet Eric

Greetings! My name is Eric. I'm a local activist and your neighbor here in Pullman. Like many of you, I've experienced the frustration of feeling disregarded by those in positions of power. This is precisely why I'm running for City Council - to bridge the gap between the citizens and their elected representatives.

How Our Campaign Is Different.

In an era where voices often go unheard, our campaign emerges as a genuine platform for the people of Pullman. We've witnessed the disconnect in American politics, where decisions are made without the input of everyday citizens. Our campaign is rooted in the belief that everyone in Pullman deserves a voice. We're not just about promises; we're about action. Through our bi-weekly community conversations, whether over a casual beer at Ricos or a morning coffee at Neills, we're creating spaces for genuine dialogue. Our citizen-led advocacy panels, focusing on pivotal areas like senior issues and community policing, are a testament to our commitment to informed, inclusive decision-making. We might not have all the answers, but we believe in the power of our community to find them. Our pledge is simple: to ensure every Pullman resident feels heard and valued.