Aurora, Colorado – Feb. 26, 2016 – Did you ever wish you had your very own political analyst to answer your questions about the primary and caucus process?
Dr. Bobby Pace, Chair of the Department of Social Sciences at the Community College of Aurora (CCA), will host two international delegations as part of the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor’s Program. Both talks will be held on CCA’s Aurora campus and are open to the public.
The first talk will be: “The Role of Federalism in the US: A Colorado Perspective” on February 29 at 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Rotunda. This event will be attended by [from India] Mr. Shafi Parambil, Member, Kerala State Legislative Assembly; Mr. Pranjit Saikia, Executive Director, DY365; [From Nepal] Mr. Bikal Shrestha, Program Officer, National Election Observation Committee and; [from Sri Lanka] Mr. Rathindra Kuruwita, Director, Campaign for Free Elections.
The second talk will be: “To Caucus or Not to Caucus: Primaries and Caucuses Explained and Why the Colorado Republican Party Decided to Skip Both This Year” on March 1 at 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Classroom Building, Room 207AB. This event will be attended by 14 Arab delegates including: [From Iraq] Mr. Mohammed Al Braichi, Head of the Islamic Republic of Iraq Election Committee, [From Jordan] Mr. Mohammad Alsari, Director of the Office of the Secretary General, House of Representatives in the Jordanian Parliament, [From the Palestinian Territories] Mr. Majed Bamya, First Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; [From Morocco] Mr. Mehdi Mezouari, Parliamentarian, Socialist Union of Popular Forces.
There will be a question and answer period about the Colorado caucuses during this event.
For more information, contact Mary Jackson Meeks, Assistant Director for PR, at 303-913-5282.