The race for Seattle’s Next Mayor will pit a City Council President who wants to tax big corporations for housing against a former City Council President who wants to ask corporations nicely if they could please maybe throw some money our way thanks. Lorena González’s campaign
I woke up this morning feeling like a lot of things happened last night but also that nothing really changed.
King County Elections estimates that turnout for the primary will end up somewhere around 34-36%. (We’re currently at 33%.) Turnout in 2017 was 34%. A couple incumbents are in some serious trouble—I’m looking at you, Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes and 19-year Republican incumbent
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