Membership Drive October 2019

The calendar is winding toward to 2020! Take part in our big push by joining or renewing your membership with the 46th Legislative District Democrats. Make sure your voice is heard as we look to take back our country.

To Join or Renew, Please Click Here!




Join us for our Monthly Meeting - October 16th 2019, 7pm!

Come join us for our monthly meeting!

Elliott Bay Brewery, downstairs party room (see staff for elevator access)

12537 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125

5:30 - 6:30  Environmental Caucus Meeting

6:30-7:00  Meet-n-Greet, with optional dinner available

7:00 - 9:00 General Monthly Meeting  

Program: King County Elections Director Julie Wise

Plus!  Endorsed Candidates, Sample Ballot pickup, Women in Politics Slideshow!

Seattle City Council Cultural Sector Forum 2019


Seattle City Council Candidates Arts and Culture Forum

Monday, October 7, 2019

6:00pm - 8:30pm

1119 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

Inspire Washington and KNKX invite us to a City Council Cultural Sector Forum at Town Hall. They offer voters and residents an opportunity to learn more about City Council candidates’ stances regarding policy issues facing the arts, science, and heritage organizations in Seattle. Candidates from each of Seattle’s seven City Council Districts gather to share their platforms impacting culture in our community. Sit in for candidate perspectives, Q&A, and an overview of important issues facing cultural sector organizations in Seattle.


District 1: Lisa Herbold, Phil Tavel

District 2: Tammy Morales, Mark Solomon

District 3: Kshama Sawant, Egan Orion

District 4: Alex Pedersen, Shaun Scott

District 5: TBA

District 6: Dan Strauss, Heidi Wills

District 7: Andrew Lewis

Moderator: Florangela Davila, KNKX News Director

Thank you to our sponsors!
Town Hall and KNKX
Woodland Park Zoo & Seattle Aquarium
And Pacific Science Center for providing closed captioning services.

Inspire Washington is a non-profit consortium of cultural sector organizations that serves as a force for advocacy and awareness of the cultural sector throughout Washington state. They are rooted in the principle that access to cultural experiences advances education, enhances the economy, enriches our quality of life, and strengthens our communities.