Bush Bash 2015

Bus Bash brings together our community to celebrate, support, and raise funds for the Bus Fellowship: an intentional & intensive social justice, politics, and community organizing program. Join WAmend, Washington Bus Education Fund and the Bus Board of Directors to recognize the hard work of our 2015 Fellows, celebrate their entry into the larger community, and fuel the work moving forward.

Bus Bash-page-001Tickets start at $50 and come with an evening of drinks, dinner, dancing, and all the Bus love! VIP tickets are just $75 and come with a Bus Bash party pack and entry into our raffle drawing! Raffle items include Sounders tickets, dinner as some of your favorite Seattle restaurants, and a Theo Chocolate Gift Collection + tour for 2 of their chocolate factory. For $100 join us as a Co-Host and receive 2 VIP tickets + recognition at the event. If you are a student, please join us at our discounted student rate of $25 (one ticket per student).
Purchase tickets here: bit.ly/BusBash2015

WHEN
August 13, 2015 at 6pm - 9pm
WHERE
Surface Theory
536 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104
United States
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CONTACT
Josh Castle ·

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ABOUT 735 PLEDGE TO VOTE

Joe Podorsek "I’m involved in Initiative 735 because the cost of elections means people are elected who do not represent my needs or the needs of the common good."
- Joe Podorsek, 84, retired Navy, Issaquah

Kaylee Mathews "I believe that everyone should have a voice, regardless of how much money they have, so I support Initiative 735."
- Kaylee Mathews, 22, massage therapist, Tacoma

Gary McCaig "I work on Initiative 735 because I love my great-grandchildren. Any change now, even a small change, will give them big benefits later."
- Gary McCaig, 67, retired, Lynnwood

Parker Muller "I volunteer for Initiative 735 because free and fair elections should be based off ideas and policies, not who has the bigger wallet."
- Parker Muller, 26, student, Richland

Maggie Sullivan "I support Initiative 735 because I want a political system where corporations can't buy politicians to do their bidding."
- Maggie Sullivan, 60, carpenter, Alger

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