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Crucial Conversation with Public Policy Polling – Streaming Live Thursday, Feb 2nd

Tom Jensen, Director of Public Policy Polling will be joining NC Policy Watch’s own Chris Fitzsimon here in Raleigh for Thursday’s Crucial Conversation. Registration is now closed for this fully-booked event, but you can still catch what happens as we bring the event streaming to an internet-capable screen near you. Here’s the link to the video stream on the Policy Watch main website: http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/streaming-video/.

You can also find the stream on our ustream channel.

And don’t forget all our other super awesome videos on the Policy Watch video page.

Please excuse any technical difficulties as we are still seeking out the best set up for this streaming service.

Hope to see you either physically or virtually as we talk with Tom and Chris about the important issues North Carolina will be facing in this upcoming year.

And just for good measure, you can also find the embedded stream below:

4 Comments


  1. Jack

    February 2, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    Great Crucial Conversation today.

  2. Alex

    February 2, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    Did I miss anything important ?

  3. Ricky Leung

    February 2, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    I’ll put up the recorded video of the event soon, thanks for checking in.

  4. […] evidenced last fall in the school board elections. Pollster Tom Jensen also made this fact clear in his presentation at yesterday’s Crucial Conversation luncheon as […]

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