Hosted by the Irish American Business Chamber of Philadelphia and Ambassador Club Members, KYW Newsradio, this interactive panel discussion will feature balanced perspectives of the 2016 elections. Moderated by 50-year Philadelphia broadcast veteran, Larry Kane.
Arguably one of the most important election decisions of our lifetime will be taking place Tuesday, November 8th as Americans go to the poles to effectively decide between two very polarizing figures at the national level, a very heated Senatorial contest here in Pennsylvania along with countless local elections hinging on their parties wave of success. Whether at the local, regional, statewide or national level, none can argue the lasting impression this election cycle has had on our psyche, nor the impact our collective decisions will have on the direction of our beloved country.
Join the Irish American Business Chamber & Network along with KYW Newsradio, for a “Sneak Peek Behind the Curtain” as pundits from both parties along with recognized political consultant and pollster, Dr. Terry Madonna, debate the pertinent issues and intricacies of this historic election.
Serving as moderator for this Election Update will be none other than Philadelphia’s Dean of Broadcasting, Larry Kane.
• Dr. Terry Madonna, Director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs, Professor of Public Affairs, and Director of the Franklin and Marshall College Poll, Franklin and Marshall College
• Dennis Powell, Founder and President, Massey Powell; Republican Party Contributor
• Daniel F. McElhatton, McElhatton LeCompte Public Affairs; Democratic Party Contributor
6.00 – 8.30 pm
KYW Newsradio Studios at the CBS Broadcast Center
1555 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia, PA
For directions, please click HERE.
Complimentary parking is available in the CBS parking lot at 16th and Hamilton Streets.
Please register by Friday, October 21st
All reservations binding unless cancelled by Friday, October 21st
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