Seattle Weekly
Race, Rents, and Burgess-Bashing Dominate Forum for City Council Position 8

Asked whether she supports additional dwelling units and other forms of density in these areas, Mosqueda replied with an unequivocal “yes.” “We have 65 percent of our land throughout the city zoned for single family units. That is not how we’re going to create affordable housing in our city that’s not how we’re going to be a welcoming city.” … Read More

The Stranger
Guest Editorial: We Need to Get Real About Affordable Housing

On New Year’s Eve, our neighbor emailed to say she and her husband—a 91-year-old World War II veteran recently diagnosed with cancer—had to be out of their apartment by February. She worried about finding an affordable place in the neighborhood where they had lived for decades. … Read More

Queen Anne & Magnolia News
Mosqueda announces run for City Council

A local labor leader and health care advocate is the latest candidate to enter the fray for the open at-large Seattle City Council seat.

In mid-January, Washington State Labor Council political and strategic campaign director Teresa Mosqueda joined ex-Tenants Union Executive Director Jon Grant and NAACP Vice President Sheley Secrest, among others, in the race to replace outgoing Councilmember Tim Burgess.

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The Seattle Times
Labor leader Teresa Mosqueda announces run for Seattle City Council

Teresa Mosqueda, a labor-movement leader who helped write last year’s initiative to raise the state minimum wage, is running for Seattle City Council. Mosqueda is political-campaign director at the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO and has served on the state’s Exchange Board, which oversees Obamacare. … Read More

13 hours ago

Teresa Mosqueda

Thanks everyone who came today to support our people powered campaign! Join us Saturday to #DoorKnockTheBlock! And Sunday at #PRIDE! #TeamTeresa ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks everyone who came today to support our people powered campaign! Join us Saturday to #DoorKnockTheBlock! And Sunday at #PRIDE! #TeamTeresa

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So sad I couldn't be there!