Norman Sigler ’88 Eyes Seattle Mayor’s Post

Norman Sigler

Norman Sigler

A 1988 Washington and Lee graduate has thrown his hat in the mayor ring in Seattle. Norman Sigler is challenging incumbent mayor Greg Nickels, and it won’t be easy, according to the early stories in the Seattle Times, which noted that Norman is one of two challengers who’ve stepped up thus far. Norman has a campaign site and is using his Facebook page to get the word out, too. Norman is an executive search consultant with Norman Sigler & Associates and conducts searches for CEO, CFO, CIO, COO, Partner, VP of Marketing, VP of Sales, and Director level positions. On his campaign site, Norman says that he’s not a professional politician but that he wants “to usher in a new era of action, where our government genuinely listens to citizen concerns and takes a holistic approach to solving problems.” Stay tuned. The primary is in August; the general election is in October.

2 Responses to “Norman Sigler ’88 Eyes Seattle Mayor’s Post”

  1. 1 GoNorman March 27, 2009 at 11:57 am

    Go Norman…I think Norman has a chance. If he can clarify his platform and evangelize it out to the public, he’ll have chance to give Nickels a run for his money. Nickels is not the answer to solving Seattle’s problems. Norman has a fresh perspective and a stern ability to get the job done. I will keep my out on this race because it would be great an alum of this school as Mayor.

    Go Norman!

  2. 2 hahaseattletimes March 22, 2009 at 11:10 pm

    haha the link posted to the Seattle Times story boasts the headline: “So far, no major candidate running against mayor” I guess they don’t think too much of Sigler’s prospects…

    no one likes the incumbent Nickels, but no one really hates him, and he has all the donors. good luck Norman…

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