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Prominent local political analysts discuss the 2004 Presidential Election on Thursday, February 5 at Reed College

TITLE: A Day at the Races: The 2004 Presidential Election

WHAT: Three prominent political analysts will lead a roundtable discussion on the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates as part of Reed College's ongoing public policy lecture series.


- Robert Eisinger , associate professor of political science at Lewis & Clark College
- Paul Gronke , associate professor of political science at Reed College
- Regina Lawrence , associate professor of political science at Portland State University

WHEN: Thursday, February 5, at 7 p.m.

LOCATION: Vollum lecture hall, Reed College, 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd., Portland

COST: The roundtable discussion is free and open to the public.

CONTACT: For more information, the public is asked to call the Reed events hotline at 503/777-7755 or visit .

What lessons can we draw from the last decade? What do we expect from American domestic and foreign policy in the next decade? Exploring these questions, Reed College's public policy lecture series, Reflecting on the '90s: Politics and Policy in the New Millennium , continues this spring with a distinguished group of experts with diverse perspectives on public policy. The public policy lecture series is sponsored by the Elizabeth C. Ducey Political Science Lecture Fund, the Bernard Goldhammer Lecture Fund, and the Reed College political science and economics departments.

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