Update: November 9, 2012
On the morning of the election, I got an email that said: “There is a vacancy at Kirke Park P-Patch. You are currently at the top of the waitlist.” As someone who believes everything happens for a reason, I should have known right then and there. I have been on the wait list for my local P-Patch (community garden, for the non-Seattleites) for more than two years! I guess the universe just thought I needed a little more time for the simple things in life.
Yesterday I exchanged messages with Gael Tarleton and her team to congratulate all of them on their victory and a great campaign. Gael had a decisive victory on Tuesday night and I wish her well in her role as our next State Representative. Thankfully Gael and I share many of the same priorities and I look forward to working with her toward achieving our shared goal of fully funding public education, as well as enacting and defending other progressive policies. Click below to read more:
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