Willamette Week Presents:


Hello Lovelies,

If you are feeling the end-of-summer/pre-election blues, we have the solution for you. Willamette Week and the Bus Project announce Candidates Gone Wild, a fun program full of pop culture, satire, and mischief showcasing local and statewide candidates in the 2016 election. On Monday, October 10th, ten candidates will share the stage for ninety minutes of hilarious political banter. 

Hosted by Courtenay Hameister, Portland writer, director and former host of Live Wire! Radio, the program will highlight one of the more exciting local races between Portland Commissioner Steve Novick and challenger Chloe Eudaly.

Will you see mayor-elects and city commissioners? Congressmen and women? State Representatives? We hope so!

Will the presidential race be covered here? Probably. And what about those controversial Oregon ballot measures like 97 (corporate tax) and 98 (career and technical education funding)? Oh yes.

Pop culture spoofs? Improv skits? Candidates singing, acting, dancing? Live commercials? Likely happening, with your 2016 local and statewide candidates’ laughable antics at the center. Get your ticket now and join us at Revolution Hall for the shenanigans.

Where: Revolution Hall

When: 7:30pm

How much: $5 in advance/$10 at the door


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