A series of free panel discussions next week will cover several salient topics in the wake of the 2016 elections. The annual Ralph Munro Institute for Civic Education at Western Washington University this year takes on: money in politics and campaign finance; media, elections, and public perception; the homelessness crisis; and mass incarceration.
Sightline Institute executive director Alan Durning will join Whatcom County Councilman and WWU political science professor Todd Donovan, as well as Washington Policy Center president Dann Mead Smith in a panel discussion of campaign finance in American politics, moderated by WWU’s Paul Dunn.
- Panel Discussion: Money in Politics and Campaign Finance
- When: Tuesday, November 15, 1:15-2:30 PM
- Where: Old Main Theatre, Western Washington University, 516 High Street, Bellingham, WA (map)
- Tickets: All events in this series are free and open to the public.
Learn about the full series of discussions. They will take place over the course of next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.
Any carpools from Seattle?
Hi, RD. Looks like no takers yet, but have you looked at Bolt Bus or Amtrak as an option? Sorry not to be of more help!