getting good things done

This has been Tim's approach since he joined the Seattle City Council in 2008—
pragmatic, progressive, evidence-based solutions.

This is the work that, with your support, he'll continue in At-large Position 8.

In the news

Major Seattle Labor Unions Endorse Tim for Re-election

Burgess also reported another strong fundraising month, raising another $33,304 in April   

Seattle – Several large and influential labor unions, representing thousands of working people in the city of Seattle announced their enthusiastic early endorsements for Seattle City Council President Tim Burgess, who is running citywide for the At-large Position 8 seat. The endorsing unions include SEIU Local 775 , Seattle Firefighters Local 27, Professional and Technical Employees Local 17, and HOD Carriers and General Laborers Union Local 242.

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What People Are Saying About Tim

We’re proud to support Tim Burgess for City Council because time and again, he’s stood up for working people and a more fair, equitable and just city. He supported the $15 minimum wage, the paid sick leave ordinance, and gender pay equity, benefitting thousands of low-wage home care workers and nursing home workers in Seattle.”

David Rolf
President, SEIU 775

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