Join AM 770 KTTH for the Freedom Series: Guns in America debate

By KTTH | August 26, 2014

Join AM 770 KTTH for our third debate in the “Freedom Series: Guns in America” as we take aim at the polarizing battle over protecting our families and communities and your Second Amendment rights. Are your constitutional rights in the cross hairs? What gun control laws would you support? Will universal background checks lead to safer streets? How do we keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill? Moderated by David Boze, the panel will include Michael Medved, Ben Shapiro, KIRO Radio’s Dave Ross, and Ralph Fascitelli, President of Washington Ceasefire! The event will be held at Seattle University on Wednesday October 22nd at 7:30pm.

General Admission ticket price is $15.00 (before applicable service charges and/or fees). Students with Identification will receive an admission price of $10.00 (plus service fees). Student ID will be checked at the door.

VIP Attendees will be treated to an exclusive, pre-debate reception with some of our panelists. You’ll enjoy complimentary wine and beer, priority seating in the first several rows of the venue, and receive three books autographed by their respective host.

Get your tickets here.

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