Fall is prime time for you to get engaged in our city. At the top of the list is the Seattle City Council election. Yes, it is an important vote, and an easy way to get your voice heard. There is a Candidate Forum to attend, Democracy Vouchers to spend, and much more.
This Summer we rounded up some school supplies, and folks, you did great! Graphing calculators, backpacks, gift cards, and more. In total we sent 15 large boxes of supplies to Communities in Schools. Through their work, they will make sure families that need a little extra support will get them. If you are late to the game and inspired to give, it’s not too late to shop the wish list. Supplies are helpful all school year long.
Your city is better with you.
It is a great day to join the 160,000+ tech workers in Seattle who are taking the pledge to vote in this November’s election. We know that Seattle is stronger when we are all engaged in the conversations that shape our city. From housing, transportation, climate, and more.
The election is in less than two months and our community deserves your vote. Take the Pledge to Vote today to get reminders, tools and invites to events.
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Get the basics on our local government: Local Government 101
Take a stroll through this year’s ballot with our series: Local Government 101. City Council has been getting a lot of media attention, but there’s plenty to vote on this November. What does the Port do? How about School Board members? We’re demystifying local government, one byte at a time.
|Get informed on the role of our local government|
sea.citi presents: Candidate Night Out
Join us on October 14th at the Pacific Science Center to meet City Council candidates vying for your votes. Moderated by experts in our industry, we’ll dive in on the issues of homelessness, innovation, transportation, and more! This free event is open to anyone working or interested in local tech.
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Partner event this weekend: FullConTech
Join people working tech, government, nonprofits, and education on Oct. 15 to talk about how to re-envision engagement in our community. At the WTIA FullConTech conference, action starts here.