WTIA Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

This year’s election is as important as any in recent memory. Washington voters will choose many new statewide elected officials, none more important than governor. There are two highly qualified candidates in Democrat Jay Inslee, former Congressman, and Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna.

When

    Tuesday, August 14, 2012
    
7:15 AM – 9:15 AM

Where (directions)

    Davis Wright Tremaine
    1201 Third Avenue Suite #200, 
Seattle, Washington 98101

For questions contact

    Kelly Mayeda

Register here for this important event

    $10 from each registration will go to support the WTIA’s political action committee, TechPAC. Thanks for your support!

An exciting and innovative forum

Both are experienced, smart and knowledgeable about technology. The WTIA has worked with both gentlemen and is bringing them to you for our first ever gubernatorial candidate forum. We look forward to your attendance on Tuesday morning, August 14, one week after the primary election. Both candidates will speak and take questions. Rob McKenna will speak first at 8:00 a.m., after breakfast and networking, followed by Jay Inslee at approximately 8:30 a.m. Being an informed and engaged voter is important to the future of this state. WTIA is here to help you determine who the next leader of the state will be.

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  • http://twitter.com/susansigl Susan Sigl

    Thanks Joe! We’re looking foward to hearing their views on supporting WA tech.
    Getting the public side championing what we’ve got here is key. Candidates and legislators are starting to respond to the consistent advocacy messaging put out by the WTIA, the WBBA and the Tech Alliance as a coalition.
    Will see you in your shop on the 14th. Thanks for hosting.

    • joewallin

      Susan, thank you for leading the WTIA Susan!