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KUOW Event: What does it mean to be a Republican?

From left: Rob McKenna, Matt Manweller, Chris Vance, John Carlson and Ross Reynolds.
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From left: Rob McKenna, Matt Manweller, Chris Vance, John Carlson and Ross Reynolds.

It’s been a long road, but the race to the White House is coming down to the wire.

Ross Reynolds gathered a panel of prominent Republicans to share reflections on the state of their party. The wide-ranging discussion began with a question: What does it means to be a Republican in today’s political landscape, on a local and national level?

The panel included current Republican Senatorial candidate Chris Vance; State Representative Matthew Manweller, professor of political science at Central Washington University and former chair of the Kittitas County Republican Party; former Republican Attorney General of Washington Rob McKenna; and morning host at 570 KVI and political activist John Carlson.

This discussion took place at Resonance Events in Bellevue on June 30. Listen to the full event below.

Year started with KUOW: 2006