Gretchen Whitmer: True Gretch

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Sunday, July 14, 6–7:15 pm
Town Hall Seattle First Hill (Seattle)
$5-$25 Sliding Scale
All Ages
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In her five years as Governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer has steered her state through some of the most challenging events in Michigan’s history, including the COVID-19 pandemic, a five-hundred-year flood, the rise of domestic terrorism, and the fight to protect reproductive rights. Now she shares a candid and personal account of her life and career, full of insights that guided her through a global pandemic, showdowns with high-profile bullies, and even a kidnapping and assassination plot.

In her new book True Gretch, Whitmer reveals the principles and instincts that shaped her career, from her early days as a lawyer and legislator and her 2018 election as governor of Michigan, to the innovative actions she took as she led the state through a series of unprecedented crises. Her motto in politics, she writes, is to “get shit done.”

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Town Hall Seattle

1119 Eighth Ave Seattle, WA 98101 Venue website

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