This week has been our launch week for the Thurston Public Power Initiative 2020 with our heavy hitter Dennis Kucinich in town. He has volunteered a huge amount of his time over the past 5 days. We had events scheduled at four colleges, Capitol High School and three community events in three cities plus several radio interviews. It was a whirlwind tour that took a lot of planning by volunteers and effort.
By Glen Anderson (Originally published in a downloadable document here. Reposted by permission of Glen Anderson.) The June 2019 interview on “Glen’s Parallax Perspectives” explores the many benefits of having the public own our electric […]
Public Power made him who he is! That’s why! (Dennis Kucinich is coming 7PM February 4th at the Olympia Center.) Dennis J. Kucinich is an independent, iconoclastic thinker who has charted a singular approach through […]
The central advantage of Public Power means homes and businesses run on electricity provided by a not-for-profit, locally owned utility. That means the community has more control, so all the benefits produced by public power—including […]