“I’ve built a career and based a career on making sure no one is left behind,” Mosqueda told CHS.
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, cities are going to be both the first line of offense and the last line of defense under a Trump administration,” Mosqueda said.
Her three-pillar platform consists of making sure the rights of all Seattleites are protected, building on the promises of an affordable and accessible city, and exploring what can be done to protect and provide health care for vulnerable populations.
With her experience in public health, she looks at many of the city’s challenges through a “health lens.”
Mosqueda boasts more than 70 endorsements so far including former state representative and 7th Congressional District candidate Brady Walkinshaw
, Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib
, and 43rd Legislative District Rep. and Speaker of the House Frank Chopp
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