The Election of 2020 Online Seminar Via Zoom

Join Eric Davis, Professor Emeritus at Middlebury College, Via online Zoom to disuss the final presidential debate of 2020, scheduled for 9:00 pm on the same date as this presentation.  The presentation will serve as an introduction to the debate and will cover the major events and issues of the campaign since the summer.  Topics covered will include election polls and forecasts, COVID-19 and its effects on election administration and turnout, Black Lives Matter and racial issues, the economy and the election, and the previous presidential and vice presidential debates.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

You’ll need a computer, tablet or smart phone that you can download and install the Zoom application onto your device. A device with a webcam is preferable so that people can see you. Participants who have questions in advance can send them by e-mail to Kim. Participants who have questions during the presentation can type them into the chat box on Zoom to be addressed during the Q & A part of the session.

WHEN: Thursday, October 22

WHERE: Via Online Zoom (Instructions will be sent by email with a link to join the Zoom class a couple days prior to the event)

TIME: 3:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m.

COST: Free

RSVP: Kim Richards at [email protected] or 802-388-1632

MEGAPHONE: Reserve your spot by October 15

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The Election of 2020 Online Seminar Via Zoom

Date: October 22nd, 2020

Where: Virtual online Zoom

Times: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Cost:FREE

Includes:

Lecture and Refreshments

Deposits/Deadlines:

Reserve your spot by October 15.

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