SPOKANE, Wash. -- Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum will stop in Spokane Tuesday.
He will be in the Inland Northwest to speak against a referendum on the November ballot.
Santorum is scheduled to appear at a luncheon for the Family Policy Institute of Washington. He’s speaking against Referendum 74, the measure to legalize same-sex marriage in Washington State.
The event starts at noon at the DoubleTree Hotel.
Tickets cost $36 per person.
Clergy from some local churches will also gather Tuesday to oppose Santorum’s speech. Reverend Happy Watkins will serve as the keynote speaker at the gathering in Spokane Convention Center Plaza on Spokane Falls Boulevard. That meeting starts at 11:45 a.m. Approve R-74 Spokane is a group of individuals and organizations working for the passage of R-74 on November 6.