Seattle’s mayoral candidates have plans for homelessness, but they’re staring at an uncertain future

Danny Morales has lived for about a year in the Interbay tiny house village, where he volunteers as the kitchen coordinator. An expansion of the site, which has 46 units, has been proposed. Seattle’s homelessness problem is one of the biggest challenges the city’s new mayor will face. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)

Homelessness will be on the ballot in a big way this year, and city residents are demanding solutions from elected leaders and Seattle mayoral candidates as visible homelessness reaches new heights at the end of the pandemic.

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