It’s election season, and while it seems like there should also be a Presidential election, with the debates and all, that doesn’t happen until fall 2016. We will, however, vote on significant issues this fall. And, by Friday, Nov. 6 — assuming no hanging chads — we should have real results.
The Buechner Breakfast First Friday on Nov. 6, 2015, is titled “What Did We Vote For? And What Does It Mean?” Panelists will discuss what happened with the Jefferson County school board races, Denver tax issues (college scholarships and stock show), school board races in Denver and Aurora, and state marijuana taxes. And they’ll also try to discern what it may mean for voter mood in the 2016 elections.
- Lynea Hansen, Senior VP at Strategies 360 (worked on pro-recall side of Jeff Co school board races)
- Sheila Atwell, Director of Jeff Co Students First (anti-recall group)
- Cary Kennedy, Denver CFO and Deputy Mayor
- Sean Walsh, President of Sean Walsh consulting (Republican strategist, involved with Aurora races)
Paul Teske, SPA Dean and Director of the Buechner Institute for Governance, will be the moderator.
Join us for breakfast and some early Friday morning quarterbacking on the elections!
When: 7:30-9 a.m. Friday, November 6, 2015
Where: Terrace Room (2nd floor), 1380 Lawrence Street, Denver
Admission: Free, but space is limited!
If you are unable to attend, tune in remotely! Join us by phone, computer or tablet by clicking this link at the scheduled start time.