In a guest editorial for The Stranger, Kshama Sawant said she is launching a national labor movement called Workers Strike Back in March and will be leaving her post as city councilmember once her term has concluded.
The longest-tenured councilmember for Seattle, Sawant served the Socialist Party, making her one of the more controversial figures in the Puget Sound region. Here’s what KIRO and KTTH hosts had to say following the announcement.
Ursula Reutin, co-host of The Gee and Ursula Show: I think this is the greatest news for the city of Seattle. Not not to say she didn’t do some things that were important for a lot of
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