The first Prop. 1 debate was Tuesday in Bellevue. Both the P-I and the Times wrote about the debate. I don’t really have much to add, just that it’s interesting to contrast the coverage from the P-I with that from the Times.
Did anyone go?
The P-I notes when the next two debates are:
At least two more debates between the two sides are scheduled: Oct. 9 before the Seattle P-I’s editorial board and Oct. 16 at CityClub in Seattle.
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Oh, my boss will be at the City Club one I think, I’ll ask him how it goes.
I think it was closed to outsiders.
It wasn’t closed to outsiders if you had cash, at least that’s my understanding. It was $35 to get in according to the website. As much as I would’ve liked to have seen the debate, I just don’t have that kind of money to throw down for 90 minutes of transit talk.
Here was my favorite Nickels nugget from the Larry Lange piece:
eh, whoops. HERE is the way Nickels talks about it:
He said the expanded Sound Transit system would connect to 70 percent of the three-county population and 85 percent of businesses and workplaces.
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