Thursday, September 20, 2012

Project Civil Discourse: A Statewide Conversation on

Project Civil Discourse is an initiative of the Arizona Humanities Council, dedicated to fostering an environment that facilitates, rather than impedes, constructive discussion of political issues in Arizona.

Next week, they'll be conducting a statewide forum on some of the questions that will be on the ballot in November.  The announcement -

Mapping Arizona's Future

Thursday, September 27, 2012
6:00 to 9:00pm
Free & Open to the Public

A Statewide Conversation on
Arizona's Key Ballot Propositions

Michael Grant, former host of KAET-TV's Horizon and prominent valley attorney, will moderate a panel of experts (Justice Ruth McGregor, former Chief Justice for the Arizona Supreme Court, Ken Strobeck, Executive Director of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, and Howie Fischer, Chief Correspondent at Capitol Media Services) and participant roundtable discussions on three key ballot propositions.
  • Prop 115: Judicial Selection
  • Prop 204: Quality Education and Jobs
  • Prop 121: Open Government

A Simulcast Discussion Around Arizona

Space is Limited, Pre-registration is Required
For more information, please contact Jamie Martin at 602-257-0335 x26 or

I'll be attending the forum at the Scottsdale Community College location, the location nearest to me; if one of the locations is close to you, sign up and reserve your spot.

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