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Delaware alumnus and Washington Post journalist Paul Kane is scheduled
to open the National Agenda speaker series at Gore Recital Hall on
Wednesday, Sept. 7. With midterm elections scheduled for Nov. 8, he has
plenty of news to cover about American politics. Kane is a senior
congressional correspondent and columnist with the Washington Post. He
covered the response to the global pandemic, the Jan. 6 attack, two
impeachments, and now writes about the Biden administration's
legislative agenda on Capitol Hill.
For its 12th season, the series returns to the first completely
in-person lineup since the pandemic began. All events are in a new venue
— Gore Recital Hall, located inside the David and Louise Roselle Center
for the Arts on Orchard Road in Newark. Convenient event parking is
available at the adjacent Center for the Arts Garage.
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This year’s theme is “Politics by the
Numbers,” exploring why numbers matter during high-stakes elections like
the upcoming midterms.
“Sometimes, politics and elections can seem so complicated,
particularly in the midterms when there are so many races and so many
candidates at the local, state, and federal level,” said Lindsay
Hoffman, series director and an associate professor of communication and
political science. “This year's National Agenda will, as always,
provide a space for learning about and discussing the issues at this
critical juncture in the 246-year experiment that is American
National Agenda events are free and open to the public on select
Wednesdays, 7:30 to 9 p.m. No registration is required to attend in
person or to access the live stream. The series continues this fall with these upcoming events:
Sept. 21 — The Value of Listening with Pierce Godwin, a former Republican consultant who founded the Listen First Project
Sept. 28 — Balancing Art and Politics with Taylyr Irvine, a
Salish and Kootenai photojournalist, and Denise Lu, a New York Times
Oct. 20 — Delaware Debates 2022, a virtual event featuring Delaware’s candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives
Oct. 28 — From the Review to The Atlantic with UD alumna Nora Kelly Lee, contributing writer at The Atlantic.
Nov. 9 — Breaking Down the Numbers with John Della Volpe, polling
director for Harvard University’s Institute of Politics, and Jing-Jing
Shen, a Harvard University senior and former chair of the Harvard Public
The National Agenda “Politics by the Numbers” speaker series is
hosted by UD’s Center for Political Communication. For more information,
National Agenda is made possible by generous support from the
University of Delaware's Office of the Provost and College of Arts and