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Sen. Rebecca Saldaña

“Lorena Gonzalez stands up for workers — from helping victims of wage theft and employment discrimination as a civil rights attorney to strengthened protections for workers on the City Council. We need a mayor who will keep the rights of workers front and center — someone who will prioritize a diverse economy and living wages. I’m endorsing Lorena as the next Mayor of Seattle.”

Rep. Kirsten Harris-Talley

“Having served on the City Council alongside Lorena, I know that she has both the head and the heart to move our city forward. Seattle can be a place where all thrive. We need leaders who listen and act accordingly – and Lorena is the experienced, visionary and compassionate leader who does just that.”

Rep. Liz Berry

“I’ve always been impressed by Lorena’s dedication to service and her commitment to fighting on behalf of the most vulnerable among us. I’m proud to endorse her campaign for mayor because I know she understands what our city is facing. Not only does she have a vision and dream for Seattle — she knows how to achieve it.”

Rep. Nicole Macri

“Every single person in Seattle deserves the dignity of safe, permanent housing. Lorena González shares this vision for our city and her pragmatic approach to policy makes her the effective leader Seattle needs as we navigate the homelessness crisis in our region.”


Councilmember Tammy Morales

“Lorena Gonzalez is someone who shares my values of protecting our city’s most vulnerable. That’s why I’m proud to endorse Lorena to be Seattle’s next Mayor. She’s a champion for working families and keeps the vibrancy of our neighborhoods at the center of her work. Lorena is committed to building a Seattle that will work for everyone.”

Councilmember Lisa Herbold

“Lorena started her career as a civil rights attorney focused on holding police accountable. She is the mayor our city needs during this incredible opportunity to reimagine what public safety looks like in Seattle.”


Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda

“We have a lot we need to get done as a city: addressing our affordability issues, making our communities safer, and ensuring nobody gets left behind as our economy recovers from the pandemic. Lorena Gonzalez has the values, the vision, and the right approach to lead our city.”

Jorge Baron

Executive Director, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

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Executive Director, One America

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