Seattle is expanding donor participation in local elections, one $25 voucher at a time - McCourt School of Public Policy

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Seattle is the first city in the nation to implement this type of public campaign financing. Participation rose across all demographic groups, with the most significant increases among Black and Hispanic residents. An annual property tax of $3 million is set to fund the program through 2025, costing the average homeowner about $8 annually.
Published 2 months ago · Seattle, United States

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Seattle is expanding donor participation in local elections, one $25 voucher at a time - McCourt School of Public Policy

Through the Democracy Voucher Program, Seattle residents can allocate public funds to support their preferred local candidates.

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