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Capital HS grad Teresa Mosqueda wins national recognition

Olympia native Teresa Mosqueda was elected to the Seattle City Council in 2017 with a background as a labor advocate and all-around Pacific Northwesterner. This July Teresa was awarded the Progressive Champion of the Year honor by Local Progress, a national network of elected officials across the country. The award recognized Teresa’s leadership on Seattle’s Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, as well as her work pushing for progressive housing policies, corporate accountability and progressive issues across the country. We look forward to more young Olympians following Teresa’s lead, getting into politics and pushing for a more worker-friendly future!

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