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City Inside/Out: Council Election — Grant vs. Mosqueda
POLL: Who do you plan to support for City Council Position 8?Labor leader Teresa Mosqueda is facing off with housing activist Jon Grant for an open seat on the Seattle City Council, the citywide Position 8. Both call themselves politically progressive, but which of them will better represent Seattleites citywide? What are their priorities and where do they differ? … Read More
💥Endorsement alert💥 Thanks Transportation for Washington for your endorsement of my race! A robust and accessible public transit system empowers workers and riders. I'll continue to advocate for the needs of both and ensure we can be a leader in transit while making sure no one gets left behind. ... See MoreSee Less
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Health, housing, union & workers’ rights advocate. Policy wonk. Coalition builder. *KC Council D8 candidate!* Paid4by People4Teresa. Official page: @CMTMosqueda
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You don't have to contribute to capitalism to have worth. All humans are worthy. All humans deserve food, shelter, health, safety, love, agency, respect, dignity, belonging, protection, freedom, the benefit of the doubt, assistance, and, and, and...
I am proud to support @TeresaCMosqueda's endorsement of my LD. Her experience, enthusiasm, and acumen make her exactly who we need guiding and leading King County.
💥Endorsement alert💥 Thank you 33rd District Democrats for your sole endorsement in my race for King County Council District 8!
I'm excited to work with y'all to get the word out about my campaign and engage with voters and NEW voters across King County! Let's do this!!! 💪
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