ELECTION 2002: POLLSTERS, PUNDITS AND POLITICS

A Public Policy Breakfast, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2002
8 am to 10 am

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The Center for Innovation and Leadership in Government at Baruch College will hold a Public Policy Breakfast focused on the New York State 2002 election at the Colleges Newman Conference Center, 151 E. 25th Street, on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 8 am to 10 am. Organized by the Colleges School of Public Affairs, the breakfast series is one of the Citys leading forums for debating issues of governance and public policy.

Michele Blum, a partner in the polling firm Blum & Weprin Associates, will be joined by pollster Maurice (Mickey) Carroll of the Quinnipiac College Polling Institute, and Jeffrey Pollock, President of the Global Strategy Group, in an animated discussion of the issues and opinions impacting the 2002 election, including the hotly contested races for New York State governor and comptroller.

The panel will be moderated by Doug Muzzio, Professor of Political Science at Baruch College. Muzzio is an astute observer and respected media analyst of New York Citys political scene, voter behavior and electoral trends.

Now in its sixth year, the Public Policy Breakfast series has examined a wide range of timely and controversial issues affecting New Yorkers, among them Charter revision, public education, housing, and the social welfare system. The audience for these events includes interested professionals, students, alumni, scholars and leaders of New Yorks business and non-profit sectors. To reserve a place, please RSVP to (212) 802-5735.

Free and Open to the Public.

Contact:
Zane Berzins
212.802.2881
Vince Passaro 212.802.2916