Advocacy: Seattle Mayor's Race Article Roundup - July 30

Seattle Mayor's Race Roundup

Former Seattle Councilman Peter Steinbrueck runs for mayor
Peter Steinbrueck is a native of Seattle, an architect who served on the city council for 10 years. He envisions the city he wants to create if elected mayor, "A city for all, a city that's just, a city that's compassionate. "
Source: KIRO-7 TV

Was McGinn’s first term too contentious for him to be re-elected?
Over the past four years, McGinn also has alienated city and state leaders who opposed his stance against the deep-bore Highway 99 tunnel and again during prolonged negotiations over police reform. He has alarmed neighborhood advocates who say he’s given away too much to developers, and he’s left environmentalists, arguably his strongest constituency, divided over his effectiveness.
Source: Seattle Times

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