Information-systems specialist, 46 years old
I led an international movement for gender balance in sport (ultimate Frisbee). I have confronted segregation and institutionalized inequality. That was done because of my experience in information systems and with changing bureaucracies. —Joey Gray
Gray's first move as mayor with regard to public safety would be to thank the police.
Use Sound Transit plan
Gray thinks the city should stick to the timeline set by Sound Transit.
Gray would work to make tents a viable, temporary, transitional shelter for homeless families. She opposes clearing Nickelsville.
OK as affordable housing
Gray lives on a 380-square-foot houseboat, so she says tiny living spaces are OK as long as they have character.
Gray is opposed to it because of its climate impacts and the amount of money coaches and players make. She would focus on other priorities, like parks.
Gray says the parking rates are appropriate for cars, but the city should charge for parking based on length of vehicles. She commutes by scooters and believes scooter-parkers should pay less, since they take up less space.