The University of Wisconsin-Waukesha’s political science department will play host to viewings of the upcoming presidential and vice presidential debates.
The four debates (the schedule is listed below) begin at 8 p.m. and end at 9:30 p.m. Viewings will take place in Commons 101; doors open each night at 7:45 p.m. After watching and listening to the candidates, attendees will turn off the television and engage in a nonpartisan discussion of the debates.
The event is open to both campus and community members. Presidential-themed treats will be served, as well as sodas and coffee.
Date and formats: Wednesday, Oct. 3 – first presidential debate, domestic policy; Thursday, Oct. 11 – vice presidential debate; Tuesday, Oct. 16 – second presidential debate, town hall format; and Monday, Oct. 22 – third presidential debate – foreign policy.
For more information, email Margaret Hankenson at email@example.com.
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