Appearing back at the School of Media and Public Affairs by popular demand!
Join election experts Arun Chaudhary and Joe Trippi for a free, two-part discussion series on technology and innovations in Election 2012
Part One: Arun and Joe take stock of the Presidential Election Race so far. Is it two steps forward or two steps back? What has changed this election since 2008? What hasn't?
Part Two: Looking ahead toward Election Day 2012. What's going to happen on election day and why? What should you be watching out for across the electoral map?
No election or politics junkie should miss this terrific opportunity to talk "shop" with these two engaging experts.
Part one: Wednesday September 19, 2012
Marvin Center Room 310
5:15pm-6:15pm, Doors Open at 5pm
Part two: Thursday, October 18, 2012
Media and Public Affairs Building Room B07
6:00pm-7:00pm, Doors open at 5:45pm
(RSVP for Part Two Here)
Arun Chaudhary (left), a former SMPA Fellow, was the YouTube guru for the 2008 Obama campaign and the first-ever official White House videographer.
Joe Trippi (right), legendary strategist and political consultant, was the architect of the 2004 Howard Dean Presidential bid, the first campaign to maximize the mobile and fundraising power of the Internet.
Space is limited - RSVP today! Seats will be given on a first-to-arrive, first-to-be-seated basis so please arrive early.
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