Politics I Guess There Are No Progressives Running for Anything in Seattle…
posted by June 14 at 12:27 PMon
Goldy from HorsesAss is putting on a candidate forum to showcase progressive candidates up for office around the state this year. Maybe he’ll be doing a second one or two where locals like Port reform candidate Gael Tarleton or KC Prosecutor candidates Bill Sherman or Keith Scully will take the microphone, but for now he’s bringing in folks from Whatcom County, Sea Tac, and Bellevue.
Antics & Applets
Beer & Ballots
Candidates & Cupcakes
theWAbus Candidate Derby
27 June 2007, Wednesday
Cupcake reception to follow
Central Area Senior Center
500 30th Avenue S.
Seattle WA 98144
Hosted by Darcy Burner, 8th Congressional District front-runner, the Derby will feature a Jean Godden look-alike contest along with a spirited discussion on education, environment, election reform, economic development, equal rights and transportation.
The Washington Bus introduces you to progressives running for office across the state. Hear their vision and get on the bus to support them. We are led by gifted volunteers and partnered with brilliant organizations like Progressive Majority to make things happen. We’re so new that we’re still wearing onesies. If anyone in your house wears onesies, bring them along too. Prizes for the best Godden get-up.
Ken Mann - Whatcom County Council, District 2, Position B
Mia Gregersen – SeaTac City Council, Position 3
Keri Andrews – Bellevue City Council, Position 7
Thanks to the Central Area Senior Center and Cupcake Royale.