You can donate your Democracy Vouchers to Team Teresa today!

Here are three easy ways:

1. DONATE YOUR DEMOCRACY VOUCHERS BY MAIL

Step 1: Find your Democracy Vouchers in your mailbox or kitchen table.

Step 2: You received FOUR Democracy Vouchers worth $25 each.

Step 3: Assign one, two, three, or all four of your Vouchers to Team Teresa by writing “Teresa Mosqueda” for Candidate Name and sign!

Step 4: Just put your Vouchers in the return envelope and drop them in the mail!

 

2. Get Replacement Vouchers

Sign your Replacement Form HERE!

3. Apply for Vouchers Today

Seattle residents who are Legal Permanent Residents and those who are Citizens but not registered to vote can still access Democracy Vouchers! It’s your right and it’s exciting. This is a new way to allow folks to have a voice even if they don’t vote.

Step 1: Confirm you are eligible and required to fill out an application – LINK HERE.
Step 2: Choose the application in your preferred language.
Step 3: Fill out your application for Democracy Vouchers. English LINK HERE.

 

Questions?

Contact the campaign at Info@TeamTeresa.org or you can reach out to the Seattle Democracy Voucher Program directly at DemocracyVoucherProgram@seattle.gov.

 

 



TEAM TERESA’S DEMOCRACY VOUCHER STORY

Teresa was the FIRST first-time candidate nationally to win using public financing campaign vouchers. She is featured for her people-powered campaign in “Unrig: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy,” written by Daniel G. Newman and art by George O’Connor! Check out an excerpt here or learn more at UnrigBook.com

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4 days ago
Teresa Mosqueda

We did it‼️ Congratulations to Pete Holmes and the Seattle City Attorney’s Office— JumpStart has been ruled constitutionally permissible and I’m #JumpingForJumpStart! 🤸‍♀️ Now let’s go build some affordable housing, GND funding, and equitable investments 💪🏽 ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations!! Your diligence paid off - thank you!

4 days ago
Teresa Mosqueda

Gun violence is a public health crisis that especially harms our youth and BIPOC communities. Today, on #GunViolencePreventionDay, we must emphasize the importance of local and regional collective action to keep our communities safe!

Our children deserve to grow up in safe and healthy neighborhoods. Let’s invest in domestic violence prevention programs, community organizations, and services that allow at-risk folks safe housing, food & resource security, and mental health care!

Gun violence is preventable. Read more about my priorities to reduce gun violence here:
www.teamteresa.org/priorities/equity/
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Gun violence is a public health crisis that especially harms our youth and BIPOC communities. Today, on #GunViolencePreventionDay, we must emphasize the importance of local and regional collective action to keep our communities safe!

Our children deserve to grow up in safe and healthy neighborhoods. Let’s invest in domestic violence prevention programs, community organizations, and services that allow at-risk folks safe housing, food & resource security, and mental health care!

Gun violence is preventable. Read more about my priorities to reduce gun violence here:
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We did it‼️ Congratulations to Pete Holmes & the city attorney’s office— JumpStart has been ruled constitutionally permissible and I’m #JumpingForJumpStart! 🤸‍♀️ Now let’s go build some affordable housing, GND funding, and equitable investments 💪🏽
These young dems have endorsed #TeamTeresa 🤩 Thank you @kingcountyyds, I am so honored to fight alongside you to bring #youth voices to our decision-making tables 💪🏽
Happy #PrideMonth2021 ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
I’m so excited to partner up with this awesome #smallbusiness @hoodfamousbakeshop on Thursday. Join us and order your kit by *noon* TODAY‼️ link in bio 🔗

Hood Famous is celebrating Filipino flavors with an inventive dessert menu + coffee by day ☕️ and cocktails by night 🍸