Each week I’m featuring one of my policy topics. This week, I want to talk about transportation. Transportation is an important driver of economic opportunity—we need to make sure every community has ample access to transit options. Click here to read my policy proposal to expand and electrify our public transportation system, increase access to micro-mobility options, and make neighborhoods more walkable so we can move our city forward.
It’s time for a voice in City Hall who welcomes input, shows up and listens, and gets results for all of us.
Every significant advancement in political history involves coalition building. I will advance progressive policies by finding common ground with the community and my colleagues in City Council. We're all in this together.
With history against her, Kshama Sawant fights for her political life
The veteran council member earned 37% of the primary vote. No incumbent has recovered from numbers that low in at least 20 years.
Our housing & homelessness crisis has resulted in a massive wave of suffering & vulnerability in Seattle and the region. I will prioritize housing in key ways, like enshrining “Shelter as a Human Right” into our city charter. Learn more:
Housing & Homelessness - Egan for Seattle City Council D3
INTERRELATED CRISES WITH INTERSECTIONAL SOLUTIONS Our housing and homelessness crisis has resulted in a massive wave of suffering and vulnerability in...
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Founder of PrideFest, small business owner, and community activist running for Seattle City Council D3. More info at eganforseattle.org!