Recap the mid-term election on Nov. 3 with some of Pittsburgh’s political experts
By: Amanda Kennedy, Senior Public Relations Specialist
October 27, 2010
PITTSBURGH (October 27, 2010) … With this year’s mid-term election promising to be a nail-biter until the last returns come in, the morning-after analysis will be just as intriguing. That’s why the Pennsylvania Center for Women, Politics, and Public Policy at Chatham University will present “The Morning-After Breakdown” on Wednesday, November 3, an analysis and discussion of the local and state-wide results, as well as the national implications for the Senate and House of Representatives. The Morning-After Breakdown, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Mellon Hall on the University’s Shadyside Campus and begin at 8:30 a.m. with a continental breakfast followed by the panel discussion from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Moderated by Dana Brown, the Center’s director, the panel will include:
• Jackie Filla, Ph.D., Chatham University assistant professor of political science
• Heather S. Heidelbaugh, election law specialist
• Tony Norman, columnist, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Online registration is available at www.chatham.edu/events. For more information contact the PCWPPP at 412-365-1878 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pennsylvania Center for Women, Politics, and Public Policy was originally established in 1998 as the Center for Women in Politics in Pennsylvania through the generosity of The Hillman Foundation, Inc. and the Maurice Falk Medical Foundation. The Center provides programming on contemporary policy issues, promote political awareness, develop leadership skills for college and community women, encourage the development of networks, link curricular and co-curricular activities for students, and foster the application of knowledge to politics and policy.