Our national and often our local political environments are fraught with divisiveness, polarization, and conflict. Yet we face very real challenges that require us to come together as Americans to solve these problems.
What does it take to govern for the benefit of all individuals, the community, state, and nation, in this era of divide and conquer politics?
What would this governance look like when tackling such challenging questions as:
- Who can marry?
- Where should a sports arena be built?
- Should we raise taxes, cut spending, or both?
Please join us in discussing the worst and best of governance and exploring how we can come together to better meet the big challenges we face.
We will have a special guest joining us in this discussion, Dr. Franca Baroni, author of the book "On Governance - Cor Publicum: The Evolution of Res Publica", and one of the founders of Seattle Transpartisan Alliance.
This subject is very timely, coming right before the November elections. Bring a friend; you won't want to miss this meeting!