Ryan Lukson

Elected Experience
Richland City Council 2018-Present
Richland Mayor 2020-Present

Other Professional Experience
Benton County Prosecutor’s Office 2011-Present
Currently Assistant Chief Civil Deputy Prosecutor

Education
University of Washington, Business-Finance 2004
Florida State University College of Law 2009

Community Service
Community Service:
Richland Police Pension Board
Richland Fire Pension Board
Tri-Cities National Park Committee
Chair of Municipal Advisory Council COVID Response Committee
TRIDEC Board
Benton Franklin Council of Governments Board

Statement

It has been my pleasure to serve on the Richland City Council since 2018, and as your Mayor since 2020. Our city has faced unprecedented challenges in the last several years in response to the global pandemic. I am proud to have helped lead the effort advocating for our city and region to safely re-open our community as soon as possible.

We have achieved so much as a city the last four years, and our resiliency has never been more apparent. Richland is growing by leaps and bounds. As Mayor, I have been committed to reinvesting in our parks, roads, and public infrastructure. During my tenure on council we have completed construction of the Duportail Bridge, as well as a new city hall and fire stations. These investments will serve our community for generations to come.

Going forward, I am excited about the revitalization efforts we have undertaken through targeted downtown investments. I am committed to continuing to invest in our downtown and make it the jewel of our region.

I’m asking for your vote to continue the progress we have made as a city the last four years.

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Ryan Lukson
Ryan Lukson

Donors

Reported raised $2,980 from 7+ unique donors. ($2,101 in cash, $879 in kind)

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