July 19, 2019
With a background in the natural sciences and business sense built on experience, as well as an acute awareness of the needs of local students, Heidi Stuber hopes to advocate for Seattle homelessness issues, movement in housing affordability, climate change action, and emphasis on educational equity.
July 15, 2019
Welcome to the 2019 Seattle Primary Election Video Voters' Guide, your chance to hear directly from the participants appearing on the August 6 primary election ballot.
July 10, 2019
All District 4 candidates take definitive positions on the issues facing our district, like taxation, congestion pricing, ADUs, police force, safe injection sites, bike lanes, and more.
Downtown Seattle Association
June 20, 2019
Downtown Seattle ranks Heidi as the best candidate to address the important issues facing downtown and the city, including public safety, transportation, homelessness, economic competitiveness, and the urban experience.
June 18, 2019
After 16 successful years, Sea to Sky, a local business that is female owned and operated, is selling to a global company, Vacasa. Business owner, Michelle Acquvella, and Strategic Director, Heidi Stuber did the negotiations themselves. Heidi has run Sea to Sky since 2013, using her organizational change expertise and strategic planning to triple the company in partnership with her team.
June 3, 2019
"Heidi Stuber says, “I do support the ADU legislation. ADUs are a way to add low-impact density across the city without changing neighborhood character." She disagrees with the Seattle Times Editorial Board about delaying the vote."
Everybody Hates Nate
May 14, 2019
"Stuber deserves some credit here. Not only did she politely reach out in response to criticism, she took the time to clarify her position. This is admirable behavior. That shows class and even leadership. It’s what happens when you speak to people in good faith."
Talk to Seattle
April 27, 2019
On this episode we talk to Heidi Stuber about their campaign for Seattle City Council in the 4th District. The 4th includes Wallingford, Laurelhurst, and the U-District.
April 22, 2019
Heidi advocated for reasonable regulations for short-term rentals at City Council in 2017. "City government works when the needs of individuals and small businesses are taken into account and considered along with the long-term strategic plan for the city. We got to a reasonable regulation because the city listened... and multiple stakeholders came together to identify shared values. It is a model for the sort of collaborative, balanced, and strategic approach I would take in office."
Heidi advocated with Seattle Public Schools for local changes and went to Olympia to testify before state legislators about the trauma caused by restraints in school and urging them to pass a law that limits restraint and isolation to emergencies only. In May 2015, Heidi and her son were present when Gov. Jay Inslee signed House Bill 1240 into law.