Reminder to Support Mayoral Outreach – Deadline Monday, May 10

Quick reminder to ACTION members and supporters! ACTION is circulating a mayoral sign-on letter in partnership with Mayor Jenny Durkan of Seattle, which will help demonstrate to members of Congress the widespread support for the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act (AHCIA) of 2021 in cities across the country.

The deadline for mayors to sign on to the letter is Monday, May 10! Please help us with outreach to them as soon as possible. Mayors who would like to sign on to the letter should contact Ayrianne Parks, aparks@enterprisecommunity.org.

Reach out to Krista D’Alessandro at kdalessandro@enterprisecommunity.org with any questions.

Below please find a list of mayors who have already signed on:

  • Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson, Anchorage, Alaska

  • Mayor Corey D. Woods, Tempe, Arizona

  • Mayor Kate Gallego, Phoenix, Arizona

  • Mayor Regina Romero, Tucson, Arizona

  • Mayor John Giles, Mesa, Arizona

  • Mayor Paul Deasy, Flagstaff, Arizona

  • Mayor Barbara Halliday, Hayward, California

  • Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles, California

  • Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento, California

  • Mayor Esther Sanchez, Oceanside, California

  • Mayor London Breed, San Francisco, California

  • Mayor Libby Schaaf, Oakland, California

  • Mayor Sue Himmelrich, Santa Monica, California

  • Mayor Todd Gloria, San Diego, California

  • Mayor Robert Garcia, Long Beach, California

  • Mayor Paul Fadelli, El Cerrito, California

  • Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver, Colorado

  • Mayor Adam Paul, Lakewood, Colorado

  • Mayor John Suthers, Colorado Springs, Colorado

  • Mayor Herb Atchison, Westminster, Colorado

  • Mayor Jane Castor, Tampa, Florida

  • Mayor Lauren McLean, Boise, Idaho

  • Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, Chicago, Illinois

  • Mayor Anne-Marie Mastraccio, Sanford, Maine

  • Mayor Kate Snyder, Portland, Maine

  • Mayor Michael T. Foley, Westbrook, Maine

  • Mayor Alan Casavant, Biddeford, Maine

  • Mayor Ruthanne Fuller, Newton, Massachusetts

  • Mayor Kim Janey, Boston, Massachusetts

  • Mayor Mike Duggan, Detroit, Michigan

  • Mayor Emily Larson, Duluth, Minnesota

  • Mayor Jacob Frey, Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • Mayor Cynthia Andrus, Bozeman, Montana

  • Mayor Hilary Schieve, Reno, Nevada

  • Mayor Ben Walsh, Syracuse, New York

  • Mayor Svante Myrick, Ithaca, New York

  • Mayor Esther Manheimer, Asheville, North Carolina

  • Mayor Joe Begeny, Reynoldsburg, Ohio

  • Mayor Andrew Ginther, Columbus, Ohio

  • Mayor Lucy Vinis, Eugene, Oregon

  • Mayor Ted Wheeler, Portland, Oregon

  • Mayor Jim Kenney, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Mayor William Peduto, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • Mayor Jorge Elorza, Providence, Rhode Island

  • Mayor Donald R. Grebien, Pawtucket, Rhode Island

  • Mayor John Cooper, Nashville, Tennessee

  • Mayor Kristine Lott, Winooski, Vermont

  • Mayor Miro Weinberger, Burlington, Vermont

  • Mayor David Meyer, Fairfax, Virginia

  • Mayor Justin M. Wilson, Alexandria, Virginia

  • Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle, Washington

  • Mayor Seth Fleetwood, Bellingham, Washington

  • Mayor Lynne Robinson, Bellevue, Washington

  • Mayor Cassie Franklin, Everett, Washington

  • Mayor Victoria R. Woodards, Tacoma, Washington

  • Mayor Mary Lou Pauly, Issaquah, Washington

  • Mayor Angela Birney, Redmond, Washington

  • Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle, Vancouver, Washington

  • Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Krista D'Alessandro is the 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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