With thousands of walkers, a few hundred runners and a gaggle of politicians warming up for November, the 2012 Seattle AIDS Walk hit its financial, meteorological and spiritual goals Saturday.
On a gray Saturday with only a few sprinkles, organizers said Lifelong AIDS Alliance raised
more than $300,000 close to $400,000 on the day.
Pre-walk and run speakers included gubernatorial candidates Rob McKenna and Jay Inslee. Republican McKenna managed a few claps here and there. Inslee used his time at the mic to push people to get out to the polls and support R-74.
A few pictures from the 2012 crowd are below. We’ve posted 70 more on the CHS Facebook page.