Join Lorena’s campaign

Join me for my Swearing In Ceremony!

You helped us make history - now join us as we make it official!

This Tuesday, November 24th at 5 pm, join my family, friends and I as I am sworn into my position as Seattle City Councilmember at-large. The event will take place in the Council Chambers on the Second Floor of Seattle City Hall.

I hope to see you there!

 

The Stranger Says: Vote Lorena!

“As a council member, González is promising to work on gender pay equity, push forward the tenant protections and increased density in the city’s housing affordability plan, and beef up enforcement of the city’s labor laws.”

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The Rookie Candidate: Lorena González

 

"One of six children from Mexican immigrants, Lorena González grew up as a migrant farm worker in a small town in Washington State. And now she is seeking political office in Seattle."

Hear my conversation with The Takeaway's John Hockenberry about my journey to become a rookie candidate.

KUOW on Seattle City Council Position 9

"González touts herself as a former civil rights attorney. She worked as an advisor for Mayor Ed Murray for 11 months and has spent the last nine months campaigning. She has the support of 20 labor unions and the mayor."

Check out my conversation with KUOW's Bill Radke here.
 

I’ve been a leader in protecting the basic rights of all Seattle residents.

Learn more about my background and commitment to serving people from all walks of life.