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Elizabeth Dole Q&A at Wake Tech Thursday

Posted by on Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 10:19 AM

Unusual for the senator, who is fighting for her political life. Free. 11 a.m. Open to the public.

Details below:

NATIONAL YOUTH CIVIC ENGAGEMENT GROUP, GENERATION ENGAGE, TO HOST FORUM WITH SENATOR ELIZABETH DOLE IN RALEIGH

Dole To Explain Platform on Economy, Student Loans, Health Care and more at Rare Free Public Forum

October 15, 2008; Raleigh, NC: Generation Engage, the largest group in the country working with non-college youth on civic engagement will co-host a U.S. Senate Candidate Forum featuring Senator Elizabeth Dole at Wake Technical Community College on Thursday, October 16.

Students, faculty, staff and local citizens will have a chance to hear from the Republican incumbent on the economy, college loans, health care, the war and more as Dole takes questions both from the moderator and audience members. The event is free and open to the public.

Who: Senator Elizabeth Dole, Wake Tech students, community and public

What: Forum on important issues to American youth today, including the economy, college loans, healthcare and the war.

When: Thursday, October 16, 2008, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Where: Student Services Lounge, Wake Technical Community College. 1901 (correction from G.E.:) 9101 Fayetteville St.

Generation Engage is a nonpartisan youth-civic-engagement initiative that connects young Americans to political leaders, to other civic organizations, and to meaningful debate about the future they will inherit. www.generationengage.org

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