Crosscut Talks Virtual Sessions: A Conversation with Governor Inslee
Join Crosscut for a special one-on-one conversation with Governor Jay Inslee (WA). Hear the very latest on our state’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and what we can expect next on our road to recovery. Moderated by Crosscut News & Politics Editor, Donna Blankinship
DATE: Tuesday, June 2
EVENT START: 11AM PST
COST: Free, RSVP Required
- This is a free virtual event that will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer or device with an internet connection in order to attend.
- You must RSVP in order to receive the link, which will be included in your email confirmation and sent via email on May 31st and again on June 2nd.
- Never used Zoom before? We suggest visiting the Getting Started with Zoom page for details on how to use the platform (it’s easy, we promise!)
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About the speakers:
Governor Jay Inslee has served as the governor of Washington since 2013. As governor, Inslee has emphasized climate change, education and drug policy reform and is managing the state’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Inslee was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in the 2020 election. He suspended his campaign in August 2019. Inslee then announced his intention to seek a third term as governor in the 2020 election.
Donna Blankinship is the news and politics editor at Crosscut, leading a team of reporters taking a deep look at local, state and regional issues. She previously worked for The Seattle Times and The Associated Press, covering education, health care and state government. Find her on Twitter @dgblankinship.
Thanks to our event sponsor, Waldron. A special thank you to all of our Crosscut Festival sponsors who provide support for events such as these.