ISSAQUAH — The League of Education Voters' prospects of getting a $1 billion education tax package passed in November rest largely with people like Kelly Munn.
A mother of three school-age kids, Munn has devoted years to pushing school levies in Issaquah. She joined the league to help organize a successful 2000 state initiative campaign, I-728, to reduce class sizes. Now she's gearing up for the group's latest effort.
"I consider this my job," said Munn, a brisk woman with a determined air. "I'm a community organizer."