Mayoral race: Seattle voters tired of 'empty promises,' feeling 'stuck'

Some Seattle voters say they want to hear real solutions from mayoral candidates Lorena Gonzalez and Bruce Harrell on the issue of homelessness in the city.

SEATTLE, Wash. — Seattle voters will be tasked with choosing a new mayor in three weeks as current Mayor Jenny Durkan decided not to seek re-election.

Rising through primaries, the two candidates on the ballot are Lorena González, current Seattle City Council president, and Bruce Harrell, a former council president.

The Seattle City Club is hosting two mayoral debates at 7 p.m. on Oct. 14 and Oct. 28. Both debates will air on KONG and livestreamed on

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