State Senate Candidates Take Their Case to Campbell Hill

by Staff Writer

P and WAs the November 4th election draws ever closer and freshly mailed ballots face the likely probability of becoming indistinguishable from junk mail, Pramila Jayapal and Louis Watanabe – both vying to replace the outgoing Adam Kline as the 37th District’s next state senator – have been making their rounds across several  district neighborhoods in hopes of convincing the undecided amongst the electorate as to just why they are worthy of a vote come election day.

The next stop on the campaign trail is tonight’s West Hill Community Association meeting. The quarterly community affair gets underway at 7:00pm in the cafeteria of Campbell Hill Elementary School (6418 S 124th St, Seattle, WA 98178) and will feature both candidates taking questions directly from audience members.

The meeting will also include Rich Brooks from RAYS (Renton Area Youth Services) discussing the various services offered to the community at the Cynthia A. Green Family Center in West Hill and Michael Davie from Youth Source, who will be sharing an overview of programs offered by the organization.

The meeting is open to the public and scheduled to conclude at 9:00pm.

 

More Info: West Hill Community Association on Facebook  and MyWestHill.org