Congressman Jim McDermott to Host Q&A at Burien Library this Saturday

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Congressman Jim McDermott will be in Burien this Saturday, July 14, at 1 p.m. for a question and answer session at the Burien Library.

Burien and neighboring Normandy Park are now part of the 7th Congressional District, where Congressman McDermott is running for re-election against the following candidates in the Aug. 7 primary:

All of Washington’s Congressional Districts have been redrawn by the Washington State Redistricting Commission.

“McDermott, a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, will take questions from the community on a variety of topics,” reads an announcement.

Joining the congressman will be Senator Karen Keiser and Representative Tina Orwall (no word yet on whether McDermott opponents Goodspaceguy or Andrew Hughes will show up…).

The question and answer session will begin at 1 p.m. All are welcome.

WHAT: Community Q&A in Burien with Congressman McDermott

WHEN: Saturday, July 14th at 1 p.m.

WHERE: Burien Library, 400 Southwest 152nd Street Burien, WA 98166

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2 Responses to “Congressman Jim McDermott to Host Q&A at Burien Library this Saturday”
  1. VERY TIRED says:

    Well Burien, let’s welcome Baghdad Jim to our fair city!

    Maybe, in an ode to his previous flight to Iraq to peddle Saddam Hussein’s propaganda, he’ll fly to Pyongyang to tout how great the North Korean regime and Kim Jong Un is for the perpetuation of Socialism. This man is an excellent example of why the approval rate of Congress is in the toilet.

    How many people continue to keep phoning it in when the elections come around to vote this man back into office? At least with the other Democrats running, you might have a chance at someone who isn’t a radical leftist.

  2. Recycle all of them says:

    He has served 12 terms in congress. 24 years is too long. He has been a part of our corrupted system for too long. Let’s get a new representative in place.

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