The Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, one of the oldest civil rights organizations in the region focusing on empowerment for the Black community and other vulnerable populations, is hosting a candidate meet and greet from 6pm to 8pm.
The D1 candidate forum hosted by the West Seattle Junction, moderated by the West Seattle Blog.
The forum will be held upstairs in the Senior Center - Saturday, October 19th 11 AM to 12 Noon. Doors open at 10:30 AM.
Moderated by Tracy Record, editor of the West Seattle Blog, the forum will be a way to listen to questions gathered from an open call via the WSB. Watch for the post on the WSB asking for questions.
Take part in your community around the upcoming election!
The forum will cover a broad range of issues.
• Candidates will have equal time to present their views.
• The candidates are asked about issues, with time to give the moderator an opportunity to ask in-depth questions.
The moderator and the Junction stay neutral do not imply approval or disapproval of any candidate.
Seattle City Council District 1 Debate with Lisa Herbold and Phil Tavel
Thursday, October 10, 2019
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:00 pm)
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
Join us for a free and public debate for Seattle City Council with Lisa Herbold and Phil Tavel. The debate will be moderated by a journalist from KOMO-4 with additional questions by reporters with The Seattle Times and KUOW-FM.
About City Council Debates
CityClub's series of free public debates put Seattle City Council candidates up close and personal with the people they seek to represent. Because we partner with television, radio, newspaper and online media outlets for city debates, we reach tens of thousands of voters who can compare and contrast candidates and then make more informed choices at the ballot box.
Candidate Forum hosted by Inspire Washington.
The Cultural Candidate Forum event will provide the opportunity to speak directly with Seattle's cultural community about your vision for the future.
The upcoming election in November is critical to our cultural sector. Hundreds of Seattle organizations provide every neighborhood with valuable science, heritage, and arts programming that serve as catalysts for significant civic, economic, and social impacts. The City of Seattle is a national leader in nurturing civic engagement, addressing equity, and enhancing the quality of life through cultural work. So sustaining and expanding the City's financial investment and public policies are paramount.
Seattle LGBTQ Commission along with the others under the Office for Civil Rights (Seattle Women's Commission, Seattle Human Rights Commission, and Seattle Commission for People with DisAbilities, and potentially the Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, all pending final votes of co-sponsorship),are holding a public forum featuring candidates from all seven city council races. The forum is planned to be held Monday, September 30th from 6-8pm in the Bertha Knight Landes room at City Hall.