Watch forum recap to hear House hopefuls discuss schools

October 21, 2010

By Warren Kagarise

NEW — 6 a.m. Oct. 21, 2010

Issaquah residents can hear legislative candidates discuss education in a recap of a schools-focused election forum.

State House of Representatives hopefuls attended a forum hosted by the Issaquah Valley Elementary Parent Teacher Association at the school Oct. 12.

The municipal access channel, Channel 21, taped the discussion and posted a recap online. Watch the forum here.

The incumbent 5th Legislative District Republicans, Glenn Anderson and Jay Rodne, and Democrats David Spring and Gregory Hoover attended.

The contest for the Position 1 seat pits Rodne against Hoover. The race for the other seat includes Anderson and Spring.

Election Day is Nov. 2, and ballots must be postmarked or dropped off at designated locations by 8 p.m.

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2 Responses to “Watch forum recap to hear House hopefuls discuss schools”

  1. knucklesandwich on October 21st, 2010 7:00 pm

    David Spring advocates and agitates for full amnesty and voting rights for illegal aliens. David wants to slap the Sammamish taxpayers with huge new income tax bills. David is one of the organizers of the radical anti-Second Amendment group ‘washington cease fire’. David openly advocates smashing large employers with huge tax penalties unless they pledge to conduct all their business in Washington state.
    David’s words paint him as a regular old moderate. His actions show that he is a hard line radical with views that would make Berkeley proud. We need a representative with views and opinions grounded in reality. We do not need someone living under a false identity. We do NOT need David Spring. We need Glenn Anderson more than ever.

  2. Jim Shockey on October 21st, 2010 7:39 pm

    All the guys at the Issaquah Sportsmans Club have been made aware of this guy (david spring). Safe to say that his vote total will be a little lower around here…….

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