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"Religion, Politics and Elections" by David Rosman. Send him questions now! This coming Sat, June 16, 7pm at Perkins.

From: cole m.
Sent on: Wednesday, June 13, 2012 8:07 PM

David is coming in from Columbia Missouri so please support his effort on this topic. 

Midwest Skeptics Society:

"Religion, Politics and Elections" by David Rosman. Send him questions now!  This coming Sat, June 16, 7pm at Perkins.  

This is a perfect topic for election year! Send David your questions or suggestions: [address removed]

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This is a perfect topic for election year.  Bring lots of questions.  David is always open for questions at any time during his talk..
You can actually ask David some questions now.  Or perhaps ask him to address certain issues.  [address removed]
Ladies and gentlemen ~ You know me. You know my basic presentation. So let's make this one a bit more, let's say, personal. What are your questions or statements concerning the relationships between Religion, Politics and elections? You can email me directly at [address removed] I look forward to seeing you all once again June 16. 
David Rosman
David has taught at numerous universities and colleges in the fields of Speech and Political Communication, Rhetoric, Persuasion and Argument, and Research Methods. Having worked as a communication or training specialist for local, state and national political campaigns, including gubernatorial and presidential campaigns, his tag line for his students is simple - “I practice what I teach.”
Cole Morgan [address removed]  [masked]

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