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National Agenda 2020: Fact vs. FictionNational Agenda 2020: Fact vs. FictionOnlineJoin us for National Agenda 2020! Learn more at cpc.udel.edu/nationalagenda. "We Are the People, " the 2020 edition of the University of Delaware's National Agenda program, calls attention to the power of us—the citizens of the United States—as well as the liberties granted to us by the Constitution. Even in this tumultuous time, our right to vote in elections remains one of the most important acts we can perform as Americans. This fall, the tenth annual National Agenda speaker series tackles the issues facing the nation, with insight from a humorist, Hollywood producers, political insiders, and national journalists. National Agenda is free and open to the public. Lindsay Hoffman, Ph.D., UD associate professor of communication and political science, directs the program. September 30―This panel of political minds from Washington D.C. to Hollywood examines portrayals of the White House versus the real thing. UD welcomes TV producers Howard Gordon & John Mankewicz, political insider Steve Schmidt & NPR TV critic Eric Deggans.9/30/2020 11:30:00 PM10/1/2020 1:00:00 AMFalse
Delaware Debates 2020: GubernatorialDelaware Debates 2020: GubernatorialOnlineJoin us for Delaware Debates 2020! Learn more at delawaredebates.org. Delaware's candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, and gubernatorial races will meet for Delaware Debates 2020 on Tuesday, October 13, and Wednesday, October 14. The event marks the sixth biennial Delaware Debates since 2010, a joint initiative of the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication (CPC) and Delaware Public Media (WDDE 91.1, WMPH 91.7 and WMHS 88.1). Ralph Begleiter, founding director of the Center for Political Communication and former CNN journalist, returns to the University of Delaware to moderate. He will pose questions about key issues facing Delaware and the nation such as the economy, the pandemic, and climate change. "I am thrilled Ralph Begleiter is back to moderate the three scheduled debates this year. Ralph's knowledge of the issues and commitment to fairness ensures that the community will have what they need to compare the candidates and make their choice on election day," said Nancy Karibjanian, director of the CPC. In light of COVID-19 restrictions, Delaware Debates will be live-streamed without an audience from a studio on UD's campus. Registration for Delaware Debates 2020 begins on Monday, September 28. Do you have a question for a candidate? Submit it when you register and it may be added to the program.10/13/2020 10:30:00 PM10/13/2020 11:30:00 PMFalse
Delaware Debates 2020: U.S. House & U.S. SenateDelaware Debates 2020: U.S. House & U.S. SenateOnlineJoin us for Delaware Debates 2020! Learn more at delawaredebates.org. Delaware's candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, and gubernatorial races will meet for Delaware Debates 2020 on Tuesday, October 13, and Wednesday, October 14. The event marks the sixth biennial Delaware Debates since 2010, a joint initiative of the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication (CPC) and Delaware Public Media (WDDE 91.1, WMPH 91.7 and WMHS 88.1). Ralph Begleiter, founding director of the Center for Political Communication and former CNN journalist, returns to the University of Delaware to moderate. He will pose questions about key issues facing Delaware and the nation such as the economy, the pandemic, and climate change. "I am thrilled Ralph Begleiter is back to moderate the three scheduled debates this year. Ralph's knowledge of the issues and commitment to fairness ensures that the community will have what they need to compare the candidates and make their choice on election day," said Nancy Karibjanian, director of the CPC. In light of COVID-19 restrictions, Delaware Debates will be live-streamed without an audience from a studio on UD's campus. Registration for Delaware Debates 2020 begins on Monday, September 28. Do you have a question for a candidate? Submit it when you register and it may be added to the program.10/14/2020 10:30:00 PM10/15/2020 1:00:00 AMFalse
National Agenda 2020 with Mary Louise KellyNational Agenda 2020 with Mary Louise KellyOnlineJoin us for National Agenda 2020! Learn more at cpc.udel.edu/nationalagenda. "We Are the People," the 2020 edition of the University of Delaware's National Agenda program, calls attention to the power of us—the citizens of the United States—as well as the liberties granted to us by the Constitution. Even in this tumultuous time, our right to vote in elections remains one of the most important acts we can perform as Americans. This fall, the tenth annual National Agenda speaker series tackles the issues facing the nation, with insight from a humorist, Hollywood producers, political insiders, and national journalists. National Agenda is free and open to the public. Lindsay Hoffman, Ph.D., UD associate professor of communication and political science, directs the program. October 28, 7:30 p.m.―"The Room Where It Happened" featuring Mary Louise Kelly, co-host of All Things Considered, NPR’s award-winning evening newsmagazine. Kelly describes the experience of covering the Trump White House. 10/28/2020 11:30:00 PM10/29/2020 1:00:00 AMFalse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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