City Council candidates to address student, community questions at campus forum

Seattle Central College’s Student Leadership will host a campus forum on Thursday, Oct. 15, providing seven candidates for four Seattle City Council positions the opportunity to discuss their positions on subjects that matter to college students. Each set of candidates will have 50 minutes to present their positions and answer questions. The forum will be moderated by Seattle Central College faculty.

Questions, submitted by Seattle Central students, will be selected by an all-student panel. If time allows, members of the public may submit written questions to candidates during the forum, which will also be selected by the student panel.


WHO/WHEN: Thursday, October 15, 2015

10 a.m.: At-large candidates Bill Bradburd and Lorena Gonzalez

11 a.m.: At-large candidates Tim Burgess and Jon Grant

12 p.m.: District 2 candidate Tammy Morales (Bruce Harrell unavailable to attend)

1 p.m.: District 3 candidates Kshama Sawant and Pamela Banks

WHERE: Seattle Central College’s Broadway Performance Hall; 1625 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122

COST: Free of charge and open to the public.

PARKING: Very limited paid parking is available in the college garage at the corner of Harvard and Pine. On-street parking may also be available.

MORE INFO: Contact Max Shuman at or 206.934.3165


About Seattle Central College: 

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