12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Marin Coalition is pleased to present a preview on the upcoming November 3 elections with Dick Spotswood, popular Marin Independent Journal columnist, and Greg Brockbank, longtime local political pundit. Our guests will provide us with an update and commentary on local election races, statewide candidates and ballot measures, and an outlook on the Presidential and Congressional races.
As usual, the event will include a question and answer period. Attendees should expect an informative and lively discussion.
This and all our virtual events are being brought to the community free of charge as part of our effort to continue our series of dialogues while in-person meetings cannot be held. We hope you’ll register to join us and will tune in on the 17th at noon to hear this timely and important discussion.
DICK SPOTSWOOD is the politics and government columnist for The Marin Independent Journal. His IJ columns appear every Sunday and Wednesday. A San Francisco native, Dick is a former Mill Valley city council member (1980-92) and three-term Mayor. He served for ten years (1982-92) as a Director of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District representing Marin’s eleven cities and towns. After four decades as an attorney, Dick has now retired from the law.
GREG BROCKBANK is a self-confessed political junkie of Marin politics, having compiled candidate lists for over 20 years. A frequent speaker and writer, he appears frequently on public access TV to analyze and discuss local elections. Greg is a 30+ year attorney, current principal of Marin Law Center, senior member and a past chair of the Marin Democratic Party, and has served on the boards of several dozen civic and political organizations in Marin, including 22 years as an elected official on the College of Marin Board of Trustees and on the San Rafael City Council.
Date: Thursday October 8, 2020; 12:00 PM
Where: Zoom Webinar.
RSVP: Register online at Marin Coalition's Next Event page
Cost: Free, Donations welcome to defray costs
Organization: Marin Coalition