Event:Party with Sierra Club Candidates! Sept. 20

From Sierra Club WA Chapter:

This November is the Sierra Club’s best opportunity yet to bring you true environmental leadership.  With two former leaders of the Cascade Chapter in the running for major City offices, and the threat of climate change on our doorstep, there has never been a better time to get involved with the Sierra Club to help us elect a slate of real environmental champions!

Please join us as for an election season kick-off party and fundraiser where you can meet our endorsed candidates and learn more about how the Sierra Club will get them elected. Confirmed guests include:

  • Dow Constantine – Executive, King County
  • Michael McGinn – Mayor, City of Seattle
  • Mike O’Brien – City Council #8, Seattle
  • Richard Conlin – City Council #2, Seattle
  • Nick Licata – City Council #6, Seattle
  • Rob Holland – Port Commission #3, King County

We suggest a donation of $25 at the door, but please, don’t let money keep you from coming.

6-9 p.m. Sunday, September 20th, Spitfire in Belltown, 2219 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121

You can read all about our endorsed candidates here, or, come to our election season kick-off and speak to them face to face!

Can’t make the party, but still interested in learning more about how you can help us elect a slate of real environmental champions?  Just send us an email and we’ll fill you in on all of the fun things we have planned for the next two months.

Thanks a lot and I hope to see you at the party,

Craig M. Benjamin
Conservation Program Coordinator
Cascade Chapter, Sierra Club

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