Southeast Seattle Candidate Forum

Southeast Seattle Candidates' Forum for City Races
Wednesday, July 22, 2009, 6:00 - 9:30 pm
Aki Kurose Middle School Auditorium, 3928 South Graham Street (Betweek MLK Jr. Way and Rainier Ave S)

. School Board Position 5 & 7 - - 6:20-7:00
. City Council Position 8 - - 7:05-7:50
. City Council Position 4 & 6 - - 7:55-8:40
. Seattle Mayor - - 8:45-9:30

The forum will be moderated by C.R. Douglas from the Seattle Channel, and it will also be recorded for future broadcast on the Seattle Channel. C.R. Douglas is the host of City Inside/Out, the SEATTLE CHANNEL'S weekly news/interview program. He also serves as a reporter for the Seattle Channel and has appeared numerous times in local media as a political analyst, including KCPQ-TV, NWCN (Northwest Cable News), KING-TV, KONG-TV, KIRO Radio, KPLU Radio, and BBC Radio. C.R. has been named "The Charlie Rose of Seattle" by Seattle Magazine; "Best On-Air Interviewer" by the Seattle Weekly; "Forty under 40: Emerging Leaders" by the Puget Sound Business Journal; and has been nominated for three 2008 Emmy Awards (NW Region).

Sponsored by: 37th Legislative District Democrats, Washington Federal Savings Rainier Beach Branch, Jean VelDyke, Jesse Perry, Maya's Mexican Restaurant, Tuttabella, Vince's Italian Restaurant, Network Support Group, Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council, Carol & Don Allen, Rainier Beach Merchants Association, Rainier Beach Community Club

Childcare Sponsored by: Senator Adam Kline, Rep. Eric Pettigrew, Councilmember Sally Clark

Co-Presenting Partners: Lakewood/Seward Park Community Club, Rainier Beach Presbyterian Church, Othello Neighborhood Association (ONA), AARTH, Hillman City Business Association, March for Youth


Any fee or some eligibility for filling that form??

like- age, height, money, nationality etc....

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Charlie Mas said…
All are welcome. There is no cost to attend.

There will be a mock election at the end, so come and support your candidate!
SP said…
Hello- I don't know how to get this in, but of interest to the ongoing high school credit for Middle School issue (Board Policy D46.01), from the Seattle Times:

Wash. Board of Education Revises Math Requirement
By The Associated Press

GIG HARBOR — The State Board of Education has made a minor revision in the high school math credit requirements.

During a meeting in Gig Harbor on Friday, the board gave students more flexibility in their choices for high-school math.

The board decided earlier that beginning with the class of 2013, high-school students will be required to earn three credits of math to earn a diploma.

When the requirement was changed, the state rule said students who took a high-school-level math class without credit as an eighth-grader were required to repeat that same course for credit in high school.

The state board decided Friday that students can choose to start with a different math class in high school and don't have to repeat the eighth-grade class if they don't want to.

Copyright © 2009 The Seattle Times Company
wseadawg said…
Somewhat Off Topic, but here are two articles everyone on this blog should read (IMHO):
Thanks Charli...

I hope, i will attend there and will support my candidate. :) We will meet there and have fun :)

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Todd said…
Thanks for posting this!
Of the candidates in Position #8 for City Council, David Miller has some great ideas on how to build partnerships with the school district to not just support quality education of our children, but also to maximize the use of our green space so the neighborhood and the schools benefit.
I've worked with David and find that he not only listens to neighborhood concerns, but thinks outside the box to find intelligent solutions. Expect thorough and thoughtful answers from him tonight!
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