Mayor Bruce Harrell participated in the 2023 One Seattle Day of Service on May 20.
SATURDAY: Mayor Harrell to join nearly 4,000 volunteers for One Seattle Day of Service
On Saturday, Mayor Harrell will kick off the 2023 One Seattle Day of Service and join thousands of volunteers to give back and take action to improve the city we love.
Seattle Port Commissioner Sam Cho announces re-election campaign
Seattle Port Commissioner Sam Cho announced on Monday his intention to seek reelection for a second term on the Port of Seattle Commission.
White House economic summit for AANHPI communities — Offers great expectations
It started, as many such events do, with a lineup of officials speaking to the audience.
Harrell, AAPI community thanks Juarez for her service
A community of dignitaries attended a lunch last week to honor Seattle City Council President Debora Juarez as she announced that she will not seek re-election. Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell was in attendance to laud her accomplishments.
Harrell won’t seek reelection
By StaffNORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Seattle City Council President Bruce Harrell announced on Jan. 8 that he won’t seek reelection when his term expires at the end of 2019. Harrell was first elected to City Council in 2007, and will have served three total terms when he steps down this year. He also served as acting […]
Top contributor: Bruce Harrell
By Becky Chan Northwest Asian Weekly Born, bred, and breathes Seattle, Bruce Harrell is the only Seattle City Council member who never left his hometown, not for work, not for Harvard. He stayed in town after graduating from Garfield High School to attend the University of Washington (UW) on a football scholarship. First elected to […]
BLOG: A good year for Asian Americans in politics
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY It’s been an amazing year for Asian Americans in politics. Bruce Harrell, Seattle City Council President, who ran for mayor four years ago, became Seattle’s first Asian American mayor for two days in September. Hyeok Kim, former deputy mayor, was considered the best candidate to fill in Mayor Ed […]
Seattle’s first Asian mayor
By Staff NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY SEATTLE — Seattle’s temporary mayor, appointed after Ed Murray resigned amid sex abuse allegations, spent just 48 hours on the job before announcing on Sept. 15 he didn’t want to keep it. But Bruce Harrell, the city’s first Asian mayor and second Black, made the most of his brief tenure, […]
Japanese American Leadership Delegation return
The 2016 delegates of the Japanese American Leadership Delegation (JALD) program have now returned to the United States. In its 16th year, JALD provides the opportunity for a select group of Japanese American leaders to travel to Japan to engage with Japanese leaders. This year’s delegation, which included Seattle City Council president Bruce Harrell, visited […]
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