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New York: Breakfast Panel

Wed, 7 Mar, 2012 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

What Do Voters Want in 2012?

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

9:00 a.m. Registration and breakfast
9:30 a.m. Program and networking

CCS New York
489 Fifth Avenue, 5th Floor
New York

Free; includes continental breakfast
Register now

Join Marquette University for a timely and stimulating breakfast discussion of the polarized political climate and learn what’s on voters’ minds.

Through our Law School and Aspin Center for Government, we are uncovering what’s behind today’s political polarity. Learn what the Law School is discovering about the extreme political climate in Wisconsin as it conducts the largest independent poll in the state’s history, led by national recognized pollster and voter analyst Dr. Charles Franklin. You’ll also hear from Chris Murray about what’s happening on the East Coast and elsewhere and what it means for the Presidential race.

The day after Super Tuesday, you won’t want to miss the experts’ take on the 2012 election – who’s up, who’s down and what the voters are thinking.

Panel Discussion
Moderator: Rev. Timothy O’Brien
Director, Marquette University Les Aspin Center for Government

Dr. Charles Franklin
Visiting Professor of Law and Public Policy, Marquette University Law School
Franklin co-founded, which became an award-winning site for nonpartisan polling analysis. He is an expert in statistical methods, political polling, elections and political opinion. He is a member of the ABC News election night analysis team and was co-director of the Big Ten Poll, which conducted 18 state and national polls in 2008.

Chris Murray
Visiting Instructor;
Coordinator of Student Affairs;Les Aspin Center for Government
Murray is a lecturer in political science at Marquette University. He is a graduate of Marquette and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his electoral commentary has appeared on Milwaukee Public Radio and in the Washington Examiner. He also maintains his own website dedicated to election analysis.

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