Your Voice, Your Choice: A Guide to Voting for Judges

Tue, September 26, 2023 @ 6:30 pm 8:00 pm

Voting for judges is an important part of our democracy. Join a panel discussion to learn what judges do and how to vote for them. Panel includes:

  • Moderator William Covington, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Director, Technology Law & Public Policy Clinic and teaching professor at the University of Washington School of Law
  • Washington Supreme Court Justice Mary I. Yu
  • King County Superior Court Judge Karen Matson Donohue
  • Retired King County District Judge Marcine Anderson

Sponsored by the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle.

This is an online event. Please register.

Reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities is available by request. Email [email protected]
at least seven days before the event. Automated closed captioning is always available for online events.

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Tue, September 26, 2023
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6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
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A Conversation on Voting Rights & Registration

Wed, August 23, 2023 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

Join Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness and the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle for a conversation on the significance of voting, who is eligible to vote and how to register and cast ballots.

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Date:
Wed, August 23, 2023
Time:
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Free
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Website:
https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/events/64b55f0a797ddb2b4fc18d6b

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WHCA Voter Assistance Booth T-Rex and Treasurer Micah Phillips at Skyway Library King County Elections Drop Box

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by Devin Chicras

There are several big primary races coming up in August, and your votes will determine who moves on to the November General Election. Our State Representative positions (37th LD) actually have the highest number of candidates of any district county-wide! We have some big decisions to make, so be sure you are prepared with our handy guide.

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WHCA Board Members in Photo booth by Derek Johnson Photographic at WHCA Halloween Takeover, October 28, 2019 - Caroline Walker Evans Photography

WHCA Presents: Some Things We Did in 2019

by Devin Chicras

WHEW, it’s been a YEAR. We’ve been super busy, and we’re glad to have been able to enjoy all the fun events and fight all the hard battles right alongside you, neighbor. We put together this roundup for you to chronologically lay out just what 2019 looked like for your all-volunteer nonprofit West Hill Community Association (WHCA).

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Gossett-Zahilay Debate Centered on Skyway at Our West Hill Voter Town Hall

by Devin Chicras

Nearly one hundred residents packed into the auditorium at Dimmitt Middle School on Thursday, July 18th to witness something not often seen in unincorporated West Hill: political candidates. Debating. On topics directly related to our neighborhoods, including Skyway.

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Check Your Mailbox – WHCA’s Summer Preview is Here

by Devin Chicras

An annual film festival, a community-wide yard sale and a high-profile political candidate debate are but a few things coming up this July and August in West Hill – and you can read all about ’em in our latest newsletter, set to hit mailboxes across Unincorporated West Hill from Bryn Mawr and Lakeridge down to Skyway and Campbell Hill this week.

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