The 2021 Re-Wire Policy Conference is returning on Dec. 15 at the Hilton Seattle Airport and Conference Center.
As always, the conference is a non-partisan, policy agnostic platform for civil, civic discourse on policy, politics, and political economy. We are curating an unmatched lineup of lawmakers, capitol insiders, and stakeholders to generate conversations you won’t hear anywhere else. It’s also the primary way the Wire is funded, so we’d love to have your engagement!
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You can register for either an in-person experience or a virtual one. This hybrid model will allow you to choose the venue that is most comfortable and appropriate for you. All in person attendees will need to show proof of vaccinations, so folks can feel like it’s a safe environment to wrestle some of these issues to the ground.
Registration for the 2021 Re-Wire Policy Conference conference is now open, and if you’re already planning on attending, you can register here. We’ll have more details for you after our Convening Panel meets in the coming weeks.
To get a sense of what’s in store, check out last year’s schedule, which included lawmakers like U.S. Rep. Adam Smith, state Reps. Joe Fitzgibbon, JT Wilcox, Matt Boehnke, Jesse Johnson and Sens. Ron Muzzall, Rebecca Saldana, Karen Keiser, and more.
Or, you can take a look at our sister site State of Reform’s recent conference lineup, which included more than one dozen Washington State legislators and officials discussing health-related policies. We will be covering issues like this that came out of the conference in the coming months.
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