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Delaware State Senator S. Elizabeth Lockman and Delaware State Representative Bryan W. Shupe
Wednesday, November 37 p.m.Gore Hall, Room 104, and via Zoom (registration required)
Come join Delaware State Senator S. Elizabeth Lockman and Representative Bryan Shupe for an engaging discussion on critical issues facing
Delaware including workforce development, voting rights, and
infrastructure. We will also be discussing strategies for meeting local,
street-level challenges, which should be very useful in contributing to
grassroots political efforts. This is a great opportunity to compliment
your political science and international course work with a thoughtful
and engaging conversation with lawmakers.
This is the inaugural UD Lawmaker Symposium to discuss Delaware's current legislative efforts in workforce development, voting rights and infrastructure.
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