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PubliCalendar: Safe Parking, Negative Campaigning, and More

By Katie Vincent September 25, 2012

Today’s PubliCalender picks for political and civic nerds.



Dirty Business: A History of Negative Campaigning

This edition of the Think & Drink discussion series will explore how mudslingers have sculpted our American elections since the time of John Adams. Speakers David Domke of the UW, Peter Callaghan of The Tacoma News Tribune, and the CEO and president of TVW, Greg Lane, will contribute.

Dirty Business: A History of Negative Campaigning, Wed, Sept 26, Naked City Brewery and Taphouse, 8564 Greenwood Ave N, Free

Safe Parking Pilot Program Council Briefing

Come learn about the progress that's been made by Ballard’s Safe Parking Pilot Program, a pilot project for homeless families living in their cars to park without the threat of being towed.

Safe Parking Pilot Program Council Briefing, Wed, Sept 26, Council Chamber, City Hall, 600 Fourth Ave, Free

And don’t forget today’s PubliCal picks:

Issues that Matter: A Discussion of Marriage Laws and Referendum 74

Should loving, committed Washington couples of the same sex be allowed to marry? A panel of representatives from Washington United for Marriage and Preserve Marriage Washington discuss the pros and cons of R-74, which would allow same-sex couples to legally marry in Washington.

Issues that Matter: A Discussion of Marriage Laws and Referendum 74, Tue, Sept 25, 7–8:30pm, Edmonds Community College’s Black Box Theater, Mukilteo Hall, 20000 68th Ave W, Free

House Speaker Frank Chopp and Challenger Kshama Sawant Debate 

State House Speaker Frank Chopp and Kshama Sawant, his Socialist challenger for reelection, will debate everything from the state budget to their blue-collar loyalty. Contribute questions and witness a duel of words and political ideologies.

House Speaker Frank Chopp and Challenger Kshama Sawant DebateTue, Sept 25, 7:30pm, Seattle University, Student Center Room 160, 901 12th Ave, Free
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