“Hansen, also first elected four years ago, has been a smart voice on important issues such as investments in the arts, including B Street Theatre and the rehearsal studios at the former Fremont School. He has also looked out for midtown and downtown, pushing to reopen Washington Elementary and to reduce vehicle and bicycle thefts.
He says he has much more to do – refurbishing the Community Center Theater, expanding transit and bicycling, reducing homelessness.
Hansen is a clear choice over Susan “Sioux” Colombe, an activist, volunteer and first-time candidate. She has personal experience on being homeless and a medical marijuana patient, a perspective she should share with city officials.”