Vote! CMR Gonzaga Town Hall Tomorrow!
McMorris Rodgers is actually holding a town hall in Spokane. Wednesday, August 7, 2019 “Conversation with Cathy” Town Hall in Spokane When: 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Where: Globe Room at Cataldo Hall, Gonzaga University Dear Group, McMorris Rodgers is back in area and back making the rounds of her supporters, carefully staying under the radar. The pressure is off. She's confident. No longer do the ads on her website for her gatherings warn, **Space is limited. This event is first come, first served,** These new non-federal-election year gatherings, she believes, will be relaxed, with nice soft ball questions from the few faithful supporters who get her email invitations or bother to watch her website. She needs to face questions on usurpation by the President of Congressional power (e.g. taking money from elsewhere to fund "the wall"), on immigration, on climate change, on white supremacy and violence, and she needs her answers recorded and dissected and amplified. Come to the town hall and have a "conversation." Homework isn't required, but might be interesting. What legislation she is sponsoring or cosponsoring in this Congress is available here. (Use the filters in the left hand column to see what she's accomplished, e.g. click here to see the three bills she voted on so far this year that have been made law, that is, the Senate bothered to take them up and the President signed them). Here's a link to a group that plans to attend the town hall: https://www.facebook.com/events/2384499241639929/ But don't be too distracted today, Election Day, August 6: Vote in the municipal elections if you haven't--and remind everyone you meet to vote also. If you already voted, check at MyVote.wa.gov to confirm your ballot arrived. (Click "Ballot Status"). Not registered? Wonder where you ballot went? Jim Camden of the Spokesman reports it is even possible to fix that from 7AM to 8PM today in person at the main elections office, 1033 W. Gardner, or at the CenterPlace Event Center, 2426 N. Discovery Place in Spokane Valley Keep to the high ground, Jerry