I-735 Amending the Constitution Forum & Panel Discussion: Corporate Personhood, Money as Speech and the State of Our Democracy

The Yes on Initiative 735 campaign is excited to sponsor a special panel discussion on how the undue influence of money is effecting our political system. Topics to be discussed included how court decisions such as Citizens United got us here, how corporate personhood and money as speech came to be, and how amending the Constitution is a viable option to help restore democracy and bring power back to the people.

*PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A $5 FEE.

Panel guests confirmed: 

Nina Turner
Jeff Clements
Nina Turner
Keynote Speaker
Jeff Clements
Moderator

 

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John Bonifaz, President,
Free Speech for People
Aquene Freechild, Co-Director,
Public Citizen's Democracy Is
For People Campaign
Derek Cressman, Author,
When Money Talks

Expected Itinerary:

5:30 -7 pm - Welcoming reception and fundraiser for I-735 with special guests - We will have a silent auction and food and beverages will be served.

7-9 pm - Forum & Panel Discussion

• Welcome & Introductions - 10 minutes

• Initiative 735 Updates - 5-10 minutes

• Remarks from Panel Guests - 5-10 minutes each - 40-50 minutes

• Extended Q&A - from written questions collected from audience - 40-50 minutes

• Closing Comments - 1-2 minutes each - 10 minutes

 

NOTE EVEN IF YOU RSVP, YOU NEED TO PURCHASE A TICKET FOR $5 ON THIS PAGE

WHEN
October 20, 2016 at 5:30pm - 9pm
WHERE
Washington Hall
153 14th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States
Google map and directions

Will you come?