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Former Vice President Joe Biden will be making his way back to the University of Delaware’s Mitchell Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 17 for a public conversation with Ohio Gov. John Kasich to discuss how to bridge the divides in ultra-partisan Washington, D.C. and beyond.
The special program, titled “As We Stand | Divided,” is a partnership with the Biden Institute and the Center for Political Communication.
Kasich, a Republican, is the author of Two Paths: America Divided or United.
— Biden Institute (@UDBidenInst) October 3, 2017
The National Agenda, an annual series directed by Lindsay Hoffman, continues Nov. 1 and Nov. 15. Here’s information on upcoming programs.
“As We Stand | Divided” is a free event but tickets are required and must be purchased at either the Bob Carpenter Center Box Office or the Trabant Center Box Office before the day of the event.
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