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Meet the Writers: Mapping Seattle's New Political Landscape

Join Crosscut's Benjamin Anderstone and Knute Berger as they dissect Seattle's new political ground game.
Join Crosscut's Benjamin Anderstone and Knute Berger as they dissect new data from Anderstone's voter pattern analysis and weigh the impact of Seattle's new City Council districts on both civic engagement and campaign strategies.  
 
Think "Districts 101", where Ben and Knute explore the new political ground game, debut a new political glossary, highlight class and ethnic voting differences and ponder what it means to be conservative in Seattle.

 
Benjamin Anderstone
 
Benjamin Anderstone is a Seattle-based political consultant. His firm, Anderstone Strategies, specializes in analyzing voter behavior and elections. Benjamin's work has been featured in the Seattle Times, Seattle Weekly, Fox News's Fox and Friends, Tacoma News Tribune, and at academic summits on political geography. He can be reached at benjamin@anderstone.com.
 
 
Knute Berger
 
Knute Berger is Mossback, Crosscut's chief Northwest native. He also writes the monthly Grey Matters column for Seattle magazine and is a weekly Friday guest on Weekday on KUOW-FM (94.9). His newest book is Pugetopolis: A Mossback Takes On Growth Addicts, Weather Wimps, and the Myth of Seattle Nice, published by Sasquatch Books. In 2011, he was named Writer-in-Residence at the Space Needle and is author of Space Needle, The Spirit of Seattle (2012), the official 50th anniversary history of the tower. You can e-mail him at mossback@crosscut.com.
 
If you go: Meet the Writers: Mapping Seattle's New Political Landscape. Wednesday, March 12, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT) at Impact HUB Seattle. Tickets here: $5 members, $10 non-members.
 
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Comments:

Posted Mon, Mar 3, 8:49 a.m. Inappropriate

Your graphic seems to have forgotten that Kshama Sawant beat Conlin in this last election.

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