2017 Primary Endorsements Are Out...

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1
Who would be the most pro-business, tax-cutting, socially progressive candidate?
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'SECB endorsements' . . . that's a trigger for me.
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Mayor: Farrell or McGinn
Council seat 8: Gonzalez

Da rest: da fuq knows until SECB comes out.
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Remind me what government experience Cary Moon has? Oh right, NONE. Really, haven't we had enough of political novices jumping into the CEO role right out of the gate???
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The Urbanist is a cauldron of blinkered and aggressively-defended bad ideas. I get little more out of it than a peculiar flavor of virtue signalling through planning. I'll wait for the Stranger's recommendations, would really just prefer to hear from Dan and then do some reading on my own.
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Seattle still hasn't learned: activists make shitty civic government leaders. If you want competent leadership running Seattle you need candidates who are committed to civic duty no special interest pandering.
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@1: Obsession with tax cuts is fully incompatible with a socially progressive viewpoint, mister "fuck you, I've got mine".
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@6: "you need candidates who are committed to civic duty no special interest pandering."

Or you conflate their civic duty with "special interests", and serving their community with "pandering".