Play to Play in Gig Harbor

Please join us for great Films + Discussion on the 2nd Friday evening of each month. All events are open to the public, admission by donation (no one refused entry).

MEANINGFUL MOVIES in GIG HARBOR presents documentary films on the 2nd Friday evening of every month, along with a forum for open community discussions.  Our purpose is to engage, gather, educate, advocate, build meaningful and sustainable community, and work for peace.  We are an all-volunteer, community-owned organization, and are not religiously or politically affiliated.


  PAY 2 PLAY: Democracy’s High Stakes is an entertaining documentary about the corrupting influence of money in politics featuring Robert Reich, Lawrence Lessig, Marianne Williamson, Noam Chomsky, Van Jones and more.

  The film explores the status quo and offers a set of simple solutions we can all work on together to take back our democracy.

Special Guests: Initiative 735

Sponsors: Marlene's Market and Deli

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Pay to Play

Release Year: 2014

Running Time: 72 min

Director: John Ennis

September 09, 2016 at 7pm - 9:30pm
Angus Dei Lutheran Church
10511 Peacock Hill Ave NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
United States
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Tiffani McCoy · · 206 547 9961

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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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