A Voter Education Project in partnership with leading housing and homelessness advocacy organizations.
Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness is partnering with Solid Ground, Housing Development Consortium, Seattle-King County Coalition on Homelessness and Washington Housing Alliance Action Fund to bring housing and homelessness to the forefront of this fall’s Seattle mayoral election.
Before the Aug. 1 Primary
You can now consult an online Voters’ Guide on Housing and Homelessness, created with our partner organizations, to see how the candidates would address our region’s needs. The Voters’ Guide is the result of a Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire on Housing and Homelessness which we sent June 30 to all 21 candidates in the primary election; 11 candidates responded to the seven questions.
Also, check out this list of some of the Mayoral Candidate Forums before the primary.
Before the Nov. 7 General Election
The partners will host a candidate forum at Seattle University, Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. Save the date and watch for more information after the Aug. 1 primary.