There are tons of interesting event invitations that cross pass by my desk each week. The other day I received an invite to a public panel that will be held at Monmouth University on the day after Election Day to talk about what happened in the Gubernatorial election. The information for the event is below.
You are invited to a
Post-Election Panel Discussion
What Happened in New Jersey?
Thursday November 5, 2009
1:00 – 2:15 PM
Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center for Communication (TV Studio)
Monmouth University, West Long Branch
Two nationally recognized campaign strategists and other keen observers of the Garden State’s political scene will break down the election results and look forward to 2010.
« Alan Steinberg, Former EPA Regional Director and Monmouth University Public Servant in Residence
« Michael Murphy, Former Gubernatorial Candidate and Democratic Lobbyist
« Bill Pascoe, Republican Campaign Communications Strategist
« Steve Ayscue, Democratic Campaign Communications Strategist
« Patrick Murray, Director, Monmouth University Polling Institute
Department of Political Science
Office of Academic Program Initiatives
This event is open to the Monmouth community, the general public, and the media.
For more information, or if you want to bring a class, call: (732) 263-5860 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sounds like it’s going to be a good event so if you’re in the area and you have an hour or so to spare, you might want to go check this out and see what this panel has to say. Lord knows that the entire state is going to be crowing after this year’s election. It’s interesting when you think about it. No candidate has a clear majority of the vote so you would assume that less than a majority of the people in New Jersey are going to be happy with the winner of this election no matter what the outcome. Pretty amazing, really.