“Our city has tried time and time again to fix its problems with old and broken tools,” Massa said. “We need a new toolbox with robust, practical and creative solutions. Having spent years in this district, I know many of my Northwest Seattle neighbors join me in my passion for addressing homelessness, rethinking public transportation, empowering first responders, and ensuring our city is taking care of the ecosystem it resides in.”
Massa will stream weekly town hall meetings on social media now through the Aug. 6 primary election. He and his campaign team will also canvas neighborhoods and host voter education events.
The Massa for Progress campaign will also be participating in Seattle’s revolutionary democracy voucher program. “This is a huge part of my campaigns decision to reinvest as much funding as it can within the community. The democracy voucher program was created to give voters a bigger hand when it comes to local politics, and I believe that if your property taxes are supporting my campaign that those funds should be invested in the incredible creatives and creators that give our city its vibrant culture,” says Massa
Funds raised for the Massa campaign will be reinvested in the community, with Massa for Progress locally sourcing many products and services. The campaign will deliberately abstain from using campaign dollars to pay for political power brokers, consultants and other third parties with no ties to the community.