Deadline Extended for Mayor Sign-On Letter in Support of Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act (AHCIA)

As you know, the ACTION Campaign, in partnership with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, is circulating a letter in support of the recently reintroduced bipartisan, bicameral AHCIA of 2021S. 1136 and H.R. 2573The deadline for mayors to sign-on to the letter has been extended to May 10. The letter will be sent to Congress to help us continue to build support for the AHCIA.

Please see a list of current Mayors who have signed on below, and ask your mayor to sign-on to the letter if they are not on yet. Check out last year’s letter and be sure to mention to your Mayor if they supported in the past. Mayors can contact Ayrianne Parks at to add their name or ask questions about the letter. The following mayors have already signed-on:

  • Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle, Washington

  • Mayor Cynthia Andrus, Bozeman, Montana

  • Mayor Joe Begeny, Reynoldsburg, Ohio

  • Mayor John Cooper, Nashville, Tennessee

  • Mayor Jorge Elorza, Providence, Rhode Island

  • Mayor Seth Fleetwood, Bellingham, Washington

  • Mayor Cassie Franklin, Everett, Washington

  • Mayor Kate Gallego, Phoenix, Arizona

  • Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles, California

  • Mayor Barbara Halliday, Hayward, California

  • Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver, Colorado

  • Mayor Jim Kenney, Philadelphia Pennsylvania

  • Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, Chicago, Illinois

  • Mayor Kristine Lott, Winooski, Vermont

  • Mayor Esther Manheimer, Ashevile, North Carolina

  • Mayor Lauren McLean, Boise, Idaho

  • Mayor David Meyer, Fairfax, Virginia

  • Mayor Svante Myrick, Ithaca, New York

  • Mayor Adam Paul, Lakewood, Colorado

  • Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson, Anchorage, Alaska

  • Mayor Lynne Robinson, Bellevue, Washington

  • Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento, California

  • Mayor John Suthers, Colorado Springs, Colorado

  • Mayor Ben Walsh, Syracuse, New York

  • Mayor Miro Weinberger, Burlington, Vermont

  • Mayor Corey D. Woods, Tempe, Arizona

Thank you for your support!

Updated ACTION Congressional District Fact Sheets

The ACTION Campaign has a number of advocacy materials to help Housing Credit advocates rebuild support for the AHCIA. Check out our newly updated National, State, and Congressional District Fact Sheets, as well as our Advocacy Toolkit and Social Media Advocacy Guide.

If you have questions about any of these resources, contact Krista D’Alessandro at

Krista D'Alessandro is the senior tax policy analyst at Enterprise Community Partners. The ACTION Campaign is co-chaired by Enterprise and the National Council of State Housing Agencies.

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