The Campaign Spot

Come See Byron, Patrick, and Some Other Guy Tonight

Tonight I’ll be talking about the upcoming elections with Byron York and Patrick Ruffini before the American University College Republicans.

Thursday, October 14 · 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Location Ward 2, American University 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC

Come hang out with the AUCR’s as our esteemed panelists discuss the state of the 2010 elections and what Republicans can expect on election night less than three weeks away from the event. Panel Discussion: “The 2010 Mid-Term Elections: What Will Happen and What It Means for Republicans”

Panelists: Byron York, Washington Examiner; Jim Geraghty, National Review Online; Patrick Ruffini, The Next Right

Moderator: Christopher Malagisi, Leadership Institute and American University Professor in the School of Public Affairs

Sponsored by: the AU College Republicans

Date: 10/14/2010, Thursday

Time: 7:00 pm Panel Starts, around 8 pm there will be audience question and answer and around 8:30 pm, we will conclude for refreshments

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