MEDIA ADVISORY: DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz to speak at Politics & Eggs
New England Council and NH Institute of Politics host “Politics & Eggs” with DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Tomorrow, U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL-15), the Chair of the Democratic National Committee will discuss the 2012 presidential race and respond to the outcome of tomorrow’s New Hampshire primary at the latest installment of “Politics & Eggs.”
The “Politics & Eggs” series is a forum for potential presidential candidates as they visit New Hampshire, home of the nation’s first presidential primaries, as well as other political analysts and commentators. The series is a joint initiative of The New England Council and The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
The Bedford Village Inn
2 Olde Bedford Way
NOTE TO MEDIA: Please contact Emily Heisig at email@example.com or (617) 723-4009 if you plan to attend.
About The New England Council The New England Council, the country’s oldest regional business organization, is an alliance of businesses, academic and health institutions, and public and private organizations throughout New England formed to promote economic growth and a high quality of life in the region. The Council is dedicated to identifying and supporting federal public policies and articulating the voice of its membership regionally and nationally on important issues facing New England. The NEC is also committed to working with public and private sector leaders across the region and in Washington through educational programs and forums for information exchange. For more information, please visit: www.newenglandcouncil.com.
About The New Hampshire Institute of Politics The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College was established in 2001 to serve as a resource for students, scholars, politicians and the general public. Founded on the premise that an engaged citizenship is vital for a healthy democracy, the institute conducts programs and research that are designed to enlighten and encourage people for a lifetime of civic participation. The institute has no alliances, formal or informal, with any political party, organization or agenda. It seeks to develop programming, and to foster scholarship and dialogue, encompassing a diverse range of political topics, opinions and issues. http://www.anselm.edu/Institutes-Centers-and-the-Arts/NHIOP.htm
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