I am thrilled to receive the endorsement of the Democrats for Diversity and Inclusion. The DDI Endorsement Committee focused on issues around diversity, inclusion, housing and homelessness, economic and social justice, and my commitment to building a responsive and transparent government.
I am glad these volunteers focused their endorsements on local races because “all politics are local” – you care about who is representing you and how I’m addressing your concerns.
I agree with DDI that it’s time for us to move forward making sure everyone that is eligible to vote, votes and have their voices heard. Please join me in helping our neighbors engage and participate in our representative democracy.
I am honored to serve as your State Representative, working tirelessly in the State Legislature to help us recover economically from the pandemic. I worked on reducing crimes such as catalytic converter thefts and increasing investments in broadband and infrastructure. I will continue to work on organized retail thefts to protect consumers and improve our supply chains.
My priorities are protecting education funding, ensuring public safety, safeguarding the environment, and increasing affordable housing – particularly for underrepresented communities. I will continue advocating for local businesses and jobs, and making Washington a better place to live, work, and raise our families.
Please join Rick Steves, Hon. Ruth Kagi, State House Speaker Laurie Jinkins and many others in a fun, upbeat event to help Rep. Ryu win her re-election to the Washington State Legislature. 간단한 자신/단체 소개 가능합니다.
RSVP or Questions? FriendsForCindyRyu@Yahoo.com 206.605.1588 카카오나 문자 가능합니다.
*Just like @ in-person BulKoGi Kickoff Parties, supporters will be invited to speak! 1 sentence to introduce self/organization for context and to network with other attendees (it is a party, after all) 1 sentence as to why you’re supporting my campaign for re-election
I support Washington Low Income Housing Alliance’s advocacy for Federal funding of emergency rental assistance. #RentReliefNow.
Excerpt below from a message from Rachael Myers, Executive Director, Washington Low Income Housing Alliance.
On May 15, the U.S. House passed the HEROES Act by a vote of 208-199. Thanks to the powerful and effective work of advocates across the country and the support of congressional housing champions, the bill includes $100 billion in emergency rental assistance; $11.5 billion in additional funding to prevent and respond to coronavirus outbreaks among people experiencing homelessness; and a national, uniform moratorium on evictions and foreclosures. These priorities were included because 140+ Representatives and 30+ Senators sponsored the Emergency Rental Assistance and Rental Market Stabilization Act lead by our own Rep. Denny Heck, and co-sponsored by Washington Representatives Jayapal, DelBene, Larsen, Kilmer, Schrier, and Smith, and Sen. Murray. This is an important step forward, but there’s still so much to do. Congress must take every step to prevent housing instability and homelessness as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Take action today to urge Congress to ensure housing stability during and after the COVID-19 pandemic!
Even if you’ve already taken action, please contact your members of Congress today to thank those who have co-sponsored theRent Relief Act and ask those who haven’t to show their support. You can also tweet thanks using #RentReliefNow. (Here’s a link to Twitter handles of sponsors.) If you represent an organization or a state or local elected official, please also consider joining this national sign on letter urging House and Senate leaders to address housing needs in the next relief package.
Rep. Cindy Ryu
Paid for by: Friends For Cindy Ryu PO Box 33548 Seattle, WA 98133-0548