Will this election finally see a strong turnout from District 2 voters? That’s entirely up to South End voters to decide today. As of Monday night, less than 18% of registered voters in the district have turned in their ballots, compared with over 19-22% for each of the other districts. Continue reading Eighty-Two Percent of District 2 Still Needs to Vote Today
Editor’s Note: We asked two District 2 residents to make a case for each of the candidates vying to represent the district as its first-ever city council representative. This is the second of those two articles. Read The Case for Tammy Morales here.
Understanding the Passion of Bruce Harrell: It’s Why You Should Vote for Him
By Cindi Laws, South Seattle Emerald’s “Emerald in the Rough” columnist
When I first met Bruce Harrell, he was registering voters on the South End of Seattle in the late 1990s, at least a decade before he ran and won a seat on the Seattle City Council. He caught my attention because he was comfortably engaging with everybody as though he were a fresh 18-year-old voter, casting a ballot for the first time. As someone who’s registered tens of thousands of voters since the early 1980s, I wanted to get to know this guy. Continue reading The Case for Bruce Harrell
by Reagan Jackson (featured photo by Alex Garland)
Editor’s Note: We asked two District 2 residents to make a case for each of the candidates vying to represent the district as its first ever city council representative. This is the first of those two articles.
With elections around the corner, the race for city council in district two has come down to new comer Tammy Morales and incumbent Bruce Harrell. For the past year the race could easily be considered a David vs. Goliath match up, with Harrell clearly ahead in terms of funding, name recognition, and of course the added advantage of eight years of experience on the City Council. Continue reading The Case for Tammy Morales