The e21 Conversations With ... Series
invites you to attend a...
Conversation With...Governor Bob McDonnell
the second in a series of conversations e21/ Manhattan Institute will be hosting with
influential lawmakers and policy experts.
National Press Club
Tuesday, April 26 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Please join us for a discussion with the Governor of Virginia, Bob McDonnell. Byron York, Chief Political Correspondent at The Washington Examiner, will lead the discussion on state leadership and the budgetary challenges this country faces. Governor McDonnell will provide a fresh look at the country’s budgetary battle – one that reflects the local lessons learned in Virginia – and an examination of the tough choices that lie ahead.
“Conversations With...” is a new series of substantive, in-depth discussions with influential lawmakers and public figures on the most important economic issues facing the nation. The purpose of the events is to deepen the public’s understanding of the challenges and choices we face in the years ahead, to generate light instead of heat, and to hear from those responsible for implementing economic policies at the national and state levels.
We hope you can attend this in-depth conversation with one of the most important thought leaders in the country in 2011.
The event will be open to the press. Please register here, as space will be limited. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or call 202-232-0090.
e21(501 c3) is dedicated to economic research and innovative public policy solutions for the 21st century based on the principles of free enterprise, fiscal discipline, and individual freedom. www.economics21.org
The mission of the Manhattan Institute (501 c3) is to develop and disseminate new ideas that foster greater economic choice and individual responsibility. www.manhattan-institute.org
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