“If Mr. Kucinich’s weekend schedule was any indication, he is taking the matter seriously. In addition to the rally at the bank, he spoke to Democrats outside Seattle in Woodinville, a suburb that could be part of the new district, before he met with students at the University of Washington. He spoke at fund-raisers and gave a presentation on “reconnecting with the natural world” at the Green Festival in Seattle.”
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“Never sell out, never worry about losing and never quit. That’s Ohio congressman Dennis Kucinich’s advice for students interested in a career in politics that he shared on campus this past weekend.
“You don’t need many people to change the world,” Kucinich said toUW students. “Don’t wait to be invited to get involved.”
As part of his weekend of public appearances in Washington, which included a fundraiser for Democrats in Woodinville and the Seattle Green Festival in downtown Seattle, Kucinich made a stop at the UW to answer questions from students.”
“Kucinich would be legally eligible to run in Washington state in 2012 as long as he moved here and registered to vote before the filing period that spring.
Odds are, local voters will be seeing more of him between now and then.
In addition to the Woodinville appearance, Kucinich participated in a bank protest in Seattle on Saturday, and he was scheduled to speak to student groups at the University of Washington in the evening.
On Sunday, Kucinich is to speak at a pancake-brunch fundraiser in Shoreline for the 32nd Legislative District Democrats before heading to Qwest Field, where he is a featured speaker at the ongoing Seattle Green Festival.”
Kucinich’s return to state fuels talk he may relocate here via Jim Brunner – Seattle Times
“Kucinich said he doesn’t want to fuel speculation “that is already pretty hot” about his 2012 plan, but he’s scheduled to be back in Washington later this month.
A day before he addresses a Green festival in Seattle, he is scheduled to headline a $45-per-person fundraiser next weekend for the 45th Legislative District Democrats and the Washington State Progressive Caucus in Woodinville, Wash.”
“WASHINGTON — It’s been the topic of Capitol Hill news chatter all week: whether Ohio congressman and two-time presidential candidate Democrat Dennis Kucinich would pick up and move to the South Sound. Kucinich, who’s been dodging reporters all week, gave KIRO 7 Washington, D.C. bureau reporter Carol Han the exclusive.
While he repeatedly said he hasn’t made any decisions about if and when he would move, Kucinich said he won’t be a stranger to Washington. He’s been invited to speak at the Green Festival taking place May 21-22 at the Qwest Fields Event Center in Seattle.”