Cinnebarre hosts first presidential debate on big screen Wednesday night

Presidential politics arrived in Mountlake Terrace Wednesday night in a big way, on the big movie screen.

The Cinebarre Theater was the site of a local radio station event that projected the first presidential campaign debate of the season between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney on a big movie screen.

KTTH radio had given away hundreds of ticket to the event that also featured two of the station’s program hosts, nationally syndicated Michael Medved and local show host David Boze. The two radio personalities spoke before and after the debate, signed autographs and sold copies of their various books to attendees of the event.

KTTH promotional staff said the station gave away the full allotment of tickets for the 270-seat auditorium in just two days.

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