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Secretary of State Kim Wyman to speak in Redmond

Wyman’s talk will go over election protection on April 12.

  • Friday, April 6, 2018 8:30am
  • News

Secretary of State Kim Wyman will address the Rotary Club of Redmond on the critical issue of Protecting Our Elections at the club’s meeting on April 12 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Hyatt House Seattle/Redmond, 15785 Bear Creek Parkway. Secretary Wyman will address how we can preserve our most central democratic institution.

All are welcome to attend, but online preregistration is required at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/secretary-of- state-kim- wyman-on- protecting-our- elections- tickets-44375953672. The $30 cost for guests includes a buffet lunch. Early registration is recommended as space is limited.

The Secretary of State is the state’s chief elections officer, chief corporations officer, and supervisor of the State Archives. First elected in 2012, Secretary Wyman is serving her second term and is only the second female Secretary of State in Washington’s history. Prior to being elected to this office, Kim served as Thurston County Elections Director for nearly a decade and was elected Thurston County Auditor from 2001-2013.

Redmond Rotary is a nonprofit leadership organization and a member of Rotary International. Business, nonprofit and community leaders build friendships and help our community. All are welcome to visit the weekly meetings. Learn more at www.redmondrotary.org.


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