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Don’t miss tonight’s Election Forum at Peace College

ABC News Veteran Sam Donaldson along with our friends at AARP and the North Carolina Center for Voter Education are hosting an election forum at the Peace College Auditorium in Raleigh tonight at 7pm.

The focus is on educating and empowering senior voters for the mid-term elections. The event is free and open to the public.

A bevy of political experts will be on hand – NC AARP President Bob Jackson, Mebane Rash from the NC Center for Public Policy Research, Morgan Jackson, Carter Wrenn, Laura Leslie, Rob Christensen, Tim Boyum, and more – to discuss critical issues facing North Carolina voters and analyzing hot races around the state.

Although the focus is on seniors, I’m sure the discussion will range widely and be of interest to everyone concerned about politics and policy in North Carolina.

One Comment


  1. HunterC

    October 25, 2010 at 4:42 pm

    Will any talking head from this group acknowledge — at an AARP event ! — that NC’s own Erskine Bowles continues to lead the charge in shredding the safety net known as Social Security?

    I won’t hold my breath.

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