Oct. 16, 2018
Where to Watch the 8th Congressional District Debate
There are other options for those not able to snag a ticket for the upcoming 8th Congressional District debate to be held at 7 p.m. on October 17 in McConnell Hall on the campus of Central Washington University.
The hour-long debate, which will feature Republican candidate Dino Rossi and Democratic candidate Kim Shrier, will be the only meeting between the two candidates prior to the November 6 election.
The Washington Debate Coalition, which organized the event, has announced the debate will be broadcast live at 7 p.m. on KING 5 television and on KVI Seattle (570 AM), KTTH Seattle (770 AM), KUOW Seattle (94.9 FM), and KPQ Wenatchee (560 AM) on radio. It will also be livestreamed on KIRO 7 television, NCWLIFE Channel, and many other Washington Debate Coalition partner websites.
Additionally, it will be broadcast on a delay on KOMO Seattle (1000 AM and 97.7 FM) radio, KCTS 9 television, and TVW.org. For an updated list of media partners, go to: wadebates.org.
At CWU, the debate can be viewed on monitors set up in the Pit area of the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) on the CWU campus.