It’s a wide open race for Seattle City Council District 4, with Rob Johnson and Michael Maddux each working to represent our neighborhood on city council. District 6 is O’Brien’s to lose, but Weatbrook is hanging tough and forcing him to think locally, so that race is also fun to follow. When you want the government to do something (or stop doing something) odds are your district candidate is the one you’ll be asking, so don’t be an endorsement zombie, see what the candidates have to say!
September 30th (Tonight), District 6
At 8:00 PM Town Hall and Seattle Channel present Mike O’Brien vs Catherine Weatbrook
Registration is full, but you can stream the debate live at 8 PM, so no need to abandon your glowing rectangle.
We hope you share your thoughts on the debate in the comments of this post.
October 1st (Tomorrow Night) District 4
At 7:30 PM Town Hall and Seattle Channel present Rob Johnson vs Michael Maddux at the University Heights Center.
The event is free, but registration is required. No late seating. 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.
October 14th, District 4 at the Good Shepherd Center Chapel
From 7:30 PM to 9 PM, this debate won’t be a passive audience experience- expect audience votes on fun issues like HALA and revenue reform (whee!), plus a ballot after the debate where you can pass on your thoughts on to the media (news outlets will be attending).
The Wallingford District 4 debate features Wallyhood as a sponsor, meaning you can expect some Wallingford-specific questioning. We are also lucky to have other neighborhood organizations participating, including the Wallingford Community Senior Center and the Wallingford Community Council. We hope you come!