Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and Dan Rather All Visit Seattle This Month

Three hugely influential public figures come to town, each with a new book in tow.
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Hillary Clinton comes to Seattle's Paramount Theatre this month.

Joe Biden
(12/3) The former vice president presents “American Promise,” a national book tour for his recent memoir, Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose, which also features a series of conversations to connect communities with impactful topics. 7:30 p.m. Sold out. Benaroya Hall, downtown, 200 University St.; 206.215.4747; seattlesymphony.org  

Dan Rather
(12/7) Visiting Seattle with his eighth book, What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism, the veteran reporter discusses and reads from a collection of original essays and writings about the institutions and values that define our nation and make the United States a place of progress. 7 p.m. $22.95. University Book Store, University District, 4326 University Way NE; 206.634.3400; bookstore.washington.edu

Hillary Clinton
(12/11) The former senator, secretary of state and first lady details her run for the nation’s highest office during the 2016 election, and what’s next for her—and us—on the tour promoting her new book, What Happened. 7:30 p.m. Sold out. Paramount Theatre, downtown, 911 Pine St.; 206.682.1414stgpresents.org

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