"The Power of Women in Politics," a nonpartisan event hosted by the University of Delaware College Democrats and College Republicans with the Center for Political Communication, to discuss the changing gender dynamics in politics, is set for 7 p.m. April 22 at UDel’s Kirkbride Hall, Room 006.
The program will feature Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long; State Attorney General Kathy Jennings; Biden Institute Executive Director Cathy McLaughlin; Jill Farquharson, communications director, Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works, and former campaign manager, Tom Carper for Senate; and Emily Taylor, vice chair of the Delaware Republican Party.
Nancy Karibjanian, Director of the Center for Political Communication, will moderate the discussion.
"The 2018 midterms saw a vast number of women run for office across the country and Delaware was no exception," said Kelly Read, vice president of the College Democrats. "The goal of this non-partisan effort is to utilize Delaware’s close-knit political community to spark a conversation about the changing gender dynamics and promote the importance of cross experiential conversation."
The event is free and open to the public; registration is suggested to bit.ly/2XjBb40.
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