An online debate hosted for candidates running to serve Washington’s 10th Congressional District will be held Wednesday, July 1, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The debate, hosted by The Nature Conservancy in Washington and the Washington State Wire, will be free and open to the public, according to a news release from the two organizations.
Register online at www.washingtonstatewire.com.
Fourteen candidates are currently running to replace retiring Congressman Denny Heck, who plans on running this fall for lieutenant governor.
The hosts of this debate narrowed the list of those running down to the top six candidates, per Federal Election Commission fundraising criterium: State Rep. Kristine Reeves, former Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland, State Rep. Beth Doglio, Heck’s former communications director Phil Gardner, Joshua Collins and Nancy Dailey Slotnick.
The 10th Congressional District makes up a majority of the south Puget Sound area, and includes Olympia, Lakewood, Tumwater, parts of Tacoma, Puyallup and Yelm.
The Washington State Wire is a nonpartisan platform that discusses state and congressional politics. Its publisher, DJ Wilson, will moderate the event.
The Nature Conservancy in Washington is a nonprofit organization that works in 79 countries and territories to address climate change issues, protect land and water, address food and water instability, and build healthier cities.