Current and past Seattle City Council Presidents M. Lorena González and Bruce Harrell will face off in the second of two televised debates Thursday in the final stretch of Seattle’s mayoral race.
Harrell won the August primary with 34% of the vote, surpassing González by less than 2%. Ballots for the Nov. 2 general election were mailed Wednesday, Oct. 13.
The two candidates will discuss public health and safety in Thursday’s hourlong debate, which will begin at 7 p.m.
The event is organized by the Washington State Debate Coalition and the Seattle City Club. The debate will be held in person in the KCTS 9 studio with no in-person audience, and will be broadcast on local television and radio and livestreamed on seattletimes.com. You can also access on TVW starting at 7 p.m. on Oct. 28.
The debate will be moderated by Essex Porter from KIRO 7 and feature a panel of David Kroman from Crosscut, Hana Kim from FOX 13 and Hanna Scott from KIRO radio.