Elections 2020 Series
Several events scheduled, see dates and register below!
$10 General, $5 Folio Members
As the November presidential elections draw closer, Folio initiates a series of six critical discussions on the potential outcomes of the election at the national and state level; led by noted national commentator and Folio Board Secretary Mort Kondracke.
REGISTER HERE! May 26th, at 7pm, Overview:
David Domke, Director of Fieldwork & Learning at Common Purpose kicks off the series with a discussion about the effects of the pandemic on voter registration and turnout, the importance of making it easier for every voter to participate and the 2020 presidential candidates.
REGISTER HERE! June 9, at 7pm, Foreign Policy Issues in the 2020 Elections—and After:
Resat Kasaba and Dan Chirot of the Jackson School of International Studies and former AP and Los Angeles Times foreign correspondent Carol J. Williams, explore foreign policy as a campaign issue and the main challenges the next president will face.
REGISTER HERE! June 25, 7pm, Donald Trump’s Place in Presidential History:
Bob Merry, author of Where They Stand: American Presidents in the Eyes of Voters and Historians, will discuss how Donald Trump is likely to go down in history - and why?