Candidate meet and greet to be hosted in Redmond

Washington senator candidate meet and greet set for July 26

  • Tuesday, July 24, 2018 4:30pm
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The Education Hill Neighborhood Association (EdHNA) is hosting a candidate meet and greet on July 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m. for all candidates running for the office of United States Senator for Washington State.

This will be an informal way to meet the candidates before the primary in August.

Several candidate forums will be beginning Thursday, August 2 for candidates running in Legislative Districts 45, 48, Congressional Districts 1 and 9, United Senator and King County Prosecuting Attorney.

For more information on dates and forum invitees please visit http://edhillna.wixsite.com/educationhill.

All events are held at First Baptist Church of Redmond, 16700 NE 95th Street, Redmond.

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