My staff have produced this FAQ to explain why you should join fight to Build 1,000 new affordable homes for Seattle’s poor and working class families and individuals.
Sign the petition, then come rally with us for the Council’s first vote on the budget! The vote will take place Tuesday or Wednesday, November 15 or 16 at 9:30 am. We need to march into Council Chambers to let Councilmembers know: Seattle needs their support in the fight to build 1,000 homes!
As of November 7, signatories include AFM Local 76-493, AFT Local 1789, Bethany United Church of Christ, Casa Latina, Central Lutheran Church, Christ Our Hope Catholic Church, Church Council of Greater Seattle, Columbia City Church of Hope, Curry Temple CME Church, El Comité, Emerald City Metropolitan Community Church Seattle, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Ethiopian Community in Seattle, Faith Action Network, Former Councilmember Nick Licata, 43rd Legislative District Democrats, 43rd Progressives, Gender Justice League, Got Green, Green Lake New Start, Green Party of Washington, Housing Now Seattle, IUOE Local 609, Justice Works, Kadima Reconstructionist Community, Laborers Local 1239, Latino Advocacy, Madrona Grace Presbyterian Church, Nickelsville, Northminster Presbyterian Church, Northwest Washington Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Not This Time, Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Our Revolution Ballard, Our Revolution WA, PSARA, Prospect Congregational United Church of Christ, Real Change, SAFE, Seattle First Baptist Church, Seattle Human Services Coalition, Seattle King County NAACP, Seattle Indian Center, SHARE, Stop the Sweeps, Socialist Alternative, Socialist Students, Steps Housing, Swedish Cherry Hill Family Residency, Tenants Union of Washington State, Transit Riders Union, Trinity United Methodist Church, 350 Seattle, UAW Local 4121, University Christian Church (DOC), Upgrade Seattle, Veterans for Peace Greater Seattle, Chapter 92, VOCAL, Washington CAN!, Washington State Senator Bob Hasegawa, Washington State Senator Maralyn Chase, WHEEL, WFSE Local 304, WFSE Local 1488, the YWCA, and hundreds of ordinary working people in Seattle. For the full list of organizational sponsors, click here!