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.