Panel Series to be Held at Mount Union College

May 10, 2010

Mount Union College's Center for Public Service will present a panel series on the mid-term election 2006.

The second session will focus on the state of Ohio and the 2006 election and is scheduled for October 16 at 7 p.m. in the East Room of the Hoover-Price Campus Center. The panel consists of three speakers ' Senator Kimberly Zurz, Dr. Erin O'Brien and David Rothstein.

Zurz is the assistant minority leader of the 28 District of the Ohio Senate. Her topic will be 'Ohio and the 2006 Election.'

O'Brien, assistant professor of political science at Kent State University, will be focusing his discussion on 'Missing Agendas: Poverty, Politics, Race, Gender and the Election 2006.'

Rothstein is a policy analyst for Policy Matters Ohio. His topic will be 'The State of Working Ohio 2006.'

The series will be moderated by Dr. Eric Matthews, director of the Center for Public Service at Mount Union College.

This event is free and open to the public.

Mount Union established the Center for Public Service to prepare students for careers in public service. The Center is a response to the urgent and ongoing need for additional public servants in our federal, state and local government.

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