by Common Cents
It’s early summer, primary season in Seattle. We are outside a well-kept house in Madison Park. On a sizable front gate, a campaign sign reads “PROGRESSIVE JUSTICE NOW” — “Now” printed in bright red letters below the blue typeface spelling out ‘Scott Lindsay’, candidate for Seattle City Attorney.
Tonight, he is here to raise money. The house – worth $1.8 million, according to King County assessor’s records – is his parents’, and has been the stage of fancy fundraisers before. Continue reading Fluid Politics in City Attorney’s Race