Voters invited to submit questions for Secretary of State forum

SEATTLE — The League of Women Voters of Washington Education Fund is seeking questions to present to candidates for the position of Washington Secretary of State.

Candidates for the position of Secretary of State will face voters at 6:30 p.m. July 14 via Zoom. Voters are invited to submit questions to forumquestions@lwvwa.org for this forum and are asked to mention what community they are from.

The deadline for submitting questions is 5 p.m. July 10.

TVW will air the forum as part of its scheduled programming and will post it on its website for later streaming at voters’ convenience. These debates also will be available for later viewing on both the LWVWA.org website and on The Spokesman-Review elections page.

Washington state voters are electing a Secretary of State to replace former Secretary of State Kim Wyman, who resigned to assist election security at the federal level.

“The Secretary of State position has never been more important as election security issues take front and center in public discourse,” a press release said.

“The Spokesman-Review and the League of Women Voters of Washington are proud to assist voters in learning about the candidates who seek to represent them in this critically important role.”

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