History was made at the Democratic National Convention this week when Hillary Clinton became the first woman to receive a presidential nomination from a major party in the United States. We’ll talk about the convention, Hillary’s moment, and party unity. What is party unity, anyway? And why does it matter?
The race for Lieutenant Governor is heating up. Before you cast your vote on August 2nd, consider: what’s the role of Lieutenant Governor and how would these candidates change that role?
Also, would you eat a bug? Why or why not?
We'll cover these stories and more on Week In Review.
Get caught up:
- Why so few women have run for President of the United States
- Think these conventions were bad for unity? You should have been watching in 1924
- Central Area businesses hope for spot in Vulcan development
- Deep fried tarantulas are delicious! Says Seattle’s bug chef
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Rob McKenna @robmckenna, is the former Attorney General of Washington State
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