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Politics and Governance: How Washington Works and Doesn’t Work

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 noon to 1:15 p.m.

Presented through the Lester N. Mandell Endowed Distinguished Lecture Series and hosted by UCF Global Perspectives and International Initiatives, this event will not focus on the election per-se, but the election is very much part of the moderated conversation.

It will look into the state of American politics, governance, how presidents set an agenda, and how decisions are made in a highly charged political atmosphere.

Moderated by WMFE's Matthew Peddle.
Presenters include: The Honorable Andrew Card (former George W. Bush Chief of Staff) and the Honorable Peter Rouse (former Obama Chief of Staff/Counselor)

Please register in advance, here.
Please submit your questions in advance, here.

This event will also be livestreamed on UCF Global YouTube

This is a public forum, all are welcome to attend.

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