Town Hall District 6 debate at PNA-Sep. 30

posted Sep 23, 2015, 6:43 PM by PRCC Webmaster

Town Hall, Seattle Channel, and Phinney Neighborhood Association present

Seattle City Council Debate: District 6 - Mike O’Brien and Catherine Weatbrook

7:30PM, Wednesday, September 30, 2015 @ Phinney Neighborhood Association

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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Mike O'Brien and Catherine Weatbrook


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 6 debateMike O’Brien, current Seattle City Council Member, and Catherine Weatbrook, Co-Chair of the City Neighborhood Council.

Moderators: Lead moderator Ted Inkley, Phinney Ridge Community Council Board; community moderator Mike Stewart, Executive Director of Ballard Chamber of Commerce; community moderator Carolyn Law, Artist and Public Arts Consultant; and Q&A moderator Edward Wolcher, Town Hall Community Programs Curator.

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

Additional location info: Please note, this debate takes place in the brick Community Hall building in the PNA auditorium along Dayton Avenue N. Parking is available on street and in PNA lots. ADA access is on Dayton Ave. N. METRO number 5 stops at PNA on Phinney Avenue N. PNA's upper parking lot provides covered bicycle parking. (The Phinney Center address is 6532 Phinney Ave. N)

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

any candidate.


Posted by the Phinney Ridge Community Council