People for Seattle sent questionnaires to all city council candidates with an active email on the Seattle Ethics and Elections website.  The questions were developed by the Committee in order to assist in determining which candidates they would endorse and support.  People for Seattle is posting the answers to the questions as a service to voters and in the spirit of transparency and good government.  51 candidates were invited to participate and 32 candidates responded.

Council District 1

Lisa Herbold, Phil Tavel

Council District 2

Mark Solomon

Did not complete Questionnaire: Tammy Morales

Council District 3

Egan Orion

Did not complete Questionnaire: Kshama Sawant

Council District 4

Alex Pedersen

Did not complete Questionnaire: Shaun Scott

Council District 5

Ann Davison Sattler, Debora Juarez

Council District 6

Heidi Wills, Dan Strauss

Council District 7

Jim Pugel, Andrew Lewis

 

Debora Juarez

Debora Juarez Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? The issues I hear about the most from my … Read More

Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Homelessness, which is a massive crisis. We know that … Read More

Jim Pugel

Jim Pugel Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Without a doubt, the issue I hear most about … Read More

Dan Strauss

Dan Strauss Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Over and over at the doors, people are concerned … Read More

Heidi Wills

Heidi Wills Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Property crime and public safety are top concerns of … Read More

Ann Davison Sattler

Ann Davison Sattler Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Homelessness and the dire state of people living … Read More

Alex Pedersen

Alex Pedersen Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? I’ve knocked on the doors of over 13,000 voters … Read More

Egan Orion

Egan Orion Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Consistently on the doors, I hear that voters are … Read More

Mark Solomon

Mark Solomon Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? Our response to homelessness is important. What we’re doing … Read More

Phil Tavel

Phil Tavel Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? The top issue is the future of our city, … Read More

Lisa Herbold

Lisa Herbold Q1. What are you hearing from voters as the most important issue facing Seattle?  In your view of that issue, what is working and what would you do differently? The interrelated issue of affordable housing and homelessness has … Read More