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Judge Jim Gray (VP Candidate for President) CofC Town Hall Event

The Bully Pulpit Series presents Vice Presidential Candidate Judge Jim Gray
A Town Hall Event

Who: Judge Jim Gray (LP) will participate in The Bully Pulpit Series. Former Judge of the
California Superior Court of Orange County, Jim Gray is the Libertarian Party’s
nomination for Vice-President of the United States. Judge Gray, who was appointed to
the California Superior Court bench and served from 1989 to 2010, is a nationally
known and respected author and speaker. Gray was the 2004 Libertarian candidate for
the US Senate from California.

What: A joint effort of the College’s Department of Communication and the Department of
Communication Advisory Council, The Bully Pulpit Series is a non-partisan series
which invites presidential candidates to speak with students, faculty and Charleston
community members. Following brief remarks, Judge Jim Gray will answer attendees’
questions. A meet and greet reception will follow the question and answer session.
The event is free and open to the public.

When: Saturday, October 20
2:00 p.m. –Judge Jim Gray makes brief remarks
2:20 p.m. –Question & Answer session
2:40 p.m. –Meet & Greet reception

Where: Alumni Center (Located in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance)
86 Wentworth Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29401

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