PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES AND PROMISES OF PROSPERITY
Newt Gingrich and Van Jones Debate
Thursday, September 29, 7:00 p.m.
Lou Higgins Recreation Center
E. Bagley Road, Berea
As voters consider two polarizing major party candidates, what’s at stake, especially for the future of the economy? Newt Gingrich, a conservative former U.S. House Speaker, and Van Jones, progressive activist and CNN political commentator, debate how the major party candidates might lead the nation to economic prosperity. Jones, an environmental and human rights reformer and ex-Obama policy advisor, will argue the case for the Democrat Hillary Clinton, while Gingrich, who ran for president in 2012 and was an early supporter of Republican Donald Trump, will champion the GOP standard-bearer. The BW School of Business Leadership Lecture Series event will be moderated by political science professor and media analyst Tom Sutton, Ph.D.
For more information, visit https://www.bw.edu/events/2016/09-29-Presidential-Candidates-and-Promises-of-Prosperity-Newt-Gingrich-and-Van-Jones-Debate
An error in a newspaper ad for this event incorrectly listed the date of this event at Sept. 20.
For security purposes, only small personal bags (purses, baby bags, etc.) will be permitted and may be subject to search at all entrances. Large bags or backpacks are not permitted. No posters or placards are permitted. There are no storage lockers on the premises so please leave all non-essential items in your vehicle. Any confiscated items will be held and may be retrieved by owners following the event.