Peter Steinbrueck was elected to
the City Council in 1997. Over the past two years he has worked hard to make Seattle a
more livable city for all of its citizens.
PETER'S FIRST TERM ACCOMPLISHMENTS INCLUDE:
Housing: established a $1 million low-income housing preservation fund.
Services: increased funding for childcare, senior programs, and food
Civil Rights: toughened city
Environment: ended logging in the
Cedar River Watershed.
Government: instituted public comment time, constituent office days, and
Neighborhoods: toured 13
neighborhood districts to learn and seek advice from
Peter Steinbrueck should be re-elected
to continue the good work he has begun. His top three priorities for a second term are:
1) PROVIDING FOR HUMAN
NEEDS to ensure that every citizen has livable
wages, decent housing and quality childcare.
2) PROTECTING OUR HIGH QUALITY
OF LIFE by easing traffic congestion,
keeping housing affordable, and protecting
neighborhood character and the environment.
3) PROMOTING EQUALITY,
UNDERSTANDING & RESPECT in our fight
against racism, gender bias, and other prejudices.
Before his election to the City Council,
Peter worked as an architect and a community activist, including the fight to save Pike
Place Market. He is a Seattle native and lives in the north end with his wife and two
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And many more organizations and individuals!
For Peter Steinbrueck human needs
will always come first.
Please VOTE to Re-Elect PETER STEINBRUECK.