Political forum on Wednesday

Crosscut is putting on a forum to discuss what promises to be a landmark election.

Crosscut is putting on a forum to discuss what promises to be a landmark election.

Four experienced observers of the state's political scene will discuss the upcoming election at a Crosscut gathering at 7 p.m. tonight (Oct. 13).

The panel discussion, "A landmark election: issues, tactics, predictions. A pundits' free-for-all," will cover the upcoming state and federal election. The panelists are Knute Berger, Crosscut columnist; Chris Vance, former chairman of the Washington State Republican Party, who has been writing about the election for Crosscut all year; Anne Fennessy, veteran political observer; and Tim Ceis, former deputy mayor of Seattle. 

The event is open to all members of Crosscut (you can sign up here or at the door). It will be 7 to 9 p.m. at the Globe Building, First Avenue S. and S Main Street in Pioneer Square (formerly Elliott Bay Book Co.)

  

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Joe Copeland

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Joe Copeland is the former senior editor at Crosscut.