With the midterm elections hard upon us, the Republicans have come up with a novel idea to succor the nation:
With the Trump administration projecting a return to trillion-dollar deficits in the fiscal year that starts Oct.
Join former Congressmen David Jolly and Patrick Murphy for a discussion on how Congress got to its current state of division and gridlock and how, through bipartisan leadership, the nation’s political systems can function more effectively.
When: Tuesday, September 18, 2018; 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.; Boxed lunch provided.
Where: The Rudman Center at UNH Law (The Rich Room); 2 White Street, Concord, NH 03301
What: “” public forum with former Congressmen (R-FL) and (D-FL), moderated by Concord Coalition Executive Director .
RSVP today to reserve your seat and complimentary lunch.
Hosted by: and the at the University of New Hampshire School of Law
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