Lieutenant Governor candidates and Bill Finkbeiner will square off in a debate at on Thursday, June 21 at 6:30 p.m.
The debate is being hosted by the Issaquah/Sammamish Tea Party, the Woodinville/Redmond Tea Party Patriots, and the Citizens Alliance for Property Rights.
Sammamish City Councilman and former Evening Magazine host John Curley will serve as emcee.
Glenn Anderson is a current state representative from Fall City and Bill Finkbeiner is a former Senate Majority Leader from Kirkland. Both are Republicans.
Anderson and Finkbeiner are the two Republicans running in a field of six candidates for Lieutenant Governor in the 2012 primary election on Aug. 7. The candidates include incumbent Lt. Gov. Brad Owen, a Democrat. Washington is a "top-two" state, which means that the two candidates with the most votes will proceed to the general election, regardless of their party.