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Durkan Goes Full Bunker Boy
Like Trump, the only thing greater than Mayor Durkin’s arrogance is her ignorance. Late Friday night, Consent Decree Federal Judge James Robart ruled in favor of the United States government to halt a Seattle ban on police use of tear gas…
Mayor Durkan’s Response-to-Our-Response
Read Mayor Durkan’s Re: In Support of her Motion for Reconsideration.
Fire the Mayor’s Open Letter to Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best
After reading Chief Best’s shockingly smug letter to City Council in response to @DecrimSeattle and @KCEquityNow‘s #DefundSPD movement, we couldn’t sit idly by and let her normalize her lies any longer. We appreciate the sacrifices Chief Best has made as…
Petition Awaits Ruling from King County Judge
The court will now weigh the filings from both sides. If it rules in favor of the recall petition, that will start the clock on a 180-day signature gathering period. If enough verified paper signatures are collected within that 180-day…
Brief Delivered Re: Durkan’s Motion for Reconsideration
Last week, Mayor Jenny Durkan’s legal representation filed a Motion for Reconsideration at the close of business on July 14th, 2020. In this Motion, Durkan’s council claims that she has no directive authority over the Seattle Police Department, thanks in…
Bertha Landes: America’s First Female Mayor
Bertha Ethel Knight Landes was the first female mayor of a major American city, serving as mayor of Seattle from 1926 to 1928. After years of civic activism, primarily with women’s organizations, she was elected to the Seattle City Council…
SPD Union Boss Violates Election Law
UPDATE: Two More SPD Officers Accused of Breaking Election Law By Using Non-Residential Voting Addresses Looks like a handful of Seattle Police Department officers — including Seattle Police Officers Guild President and local Doritos enthusiast Mike Solan — appear to…
Martin James Durkan Sr. (June 30, 1923 – May 29, 2005) was an American politician from the state of Washington. He served in the Washington House of Representatives from 1957 to 1959 and in the State Senate from 1959 to…
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