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Oct 1, 2015
Town Hall and Seattle Channel present
Seattle City Council Debate: District 4
Rob Johnson and Michael Maddux
At Town Hall we love a good political debate, so in the spirit of democracy and discussion, we’re teaming up with Seattle Channel to present a series of live debates (with moderated Q&A) for each of the seven districts. Learn more about the candidates running in your district–and don’t forget to vote on November 3.
Free
Thursday, October 1, 2015, 7:30PM
University Heights Center (Ravenna)
5031 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Because this event is televised live, audience members are asked to take their seats by 7:25 pm for the 7:30 pm program. This event is free, but registration is required. No late seating.

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Rob Johnson and Michael Maddux

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This year’s talked-about Seattle City Council elections–the first under a new districted system–shook up the primaries for some interesting results. At Town Hall we love a good political debate, so in the spirit of democracy and discussion, we’re teaming up with Seattle Channel to present a series of live debates (with moderated Q&A) for each of the seven districts. Learn more about the candidates running in your district–and don’t forget to vote on November 3.

District 4 debate: Rob Johnson, Executive Director of Transportation Choices Coalition, and Michael Maddux, Chair of the King County Democrats’ Endorsements Committee.

Moderators: Lead moderator Amy Radill, KUOW Reporter; community moderator Venice Buhain, a writer for Seattle Globalist; and Q&A moderator Rachel Ramey, Town Hall Communications Manager.

Have a question for the candidates? Tweet a question using #seacouncil or send your questions for the candidates to debates@townhallseattle.org help us shape the conversation. We may ask your question at the event. Please specify which district race you’re writing about.

Venue Accessibility: While this venue is technically ADA accessible, there are numerous stairs required to enter the venue with a limited lift access system. We strongly encourage anyone with accessibility concerns to contact us prior to the event with questions or to make arrangements.

Non-partisan statement: As a nonprofit organization, Town Hall Seattle does not endorse, recommend, or show any preference toward any candidate.

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Presented by: Town Hall and Seattle Channel, as part of the Civics series.

Series supported by:

CMYKblue WEB   and  RealNetworks Foundation

and the True-Brown Foundation.

Series media sponsorship provided by:
KUOW 94.9

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