“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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“Sunday afternoon I heard Amy Goodman and Dennis Kucinich speak at Seattle Green Festival. Both speakers received standing ovations. This article covers Amy Goodman’s speech.
Here’s my photo of her during the book signing that followed the speech.”
“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
“From helping people make affordable and resource-saving home improvements, to offering planet-saving consumer advice, King County government is recognized nationally as a leader of sustainability and “green” living.
Come see some of the County’s top sustainability and green experts at the annual Green Festival, at Qwest Field on Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m.–7 p.m. and on Sunday, May 22 from 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
This is a great opportunity to hear from more than 125 experts on sustainability and interconnectivity within the green movement; visit with dozens of exhibitors from across the region promoting the benefits of fair trade; and get samples of products from around the globe.
Two of King County’s own environmental experts will also be participating in presentations at the show:”