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September 2017

Fall Continuing Education Sessions

September 16, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
John Locke Foundation, 200 W. Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC United States
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NCIOPL's Continuing Education modules for fall 2017 – “Fundraising and Political Campaigns” and “Conservative and Liberal Minds."

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October 2017

NC IOPL Hometown Debates – Newton

October 24, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Old Post Office Playhouse, 10 South Main Avenue
Newton, NC 28658 United States
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IOPL decided to choose a singular topic and host three debates, again in our smaller communities. We will be focusing on three questions regarding NC’s public education system.

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February 2018

NC IOPL Alumni Continuing Education – “The Liberal and Conservative Mind”

February 17, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
John Locke Foundation, 200 W. Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC United States
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Chris Fitzsimon, Political Consultant and Director of The Newsroom, and John Hood, President of the John William Pope Foundation, lead this discussion, intended to broaden one's understanding of the foundations of both conservative and liberal thinking that underlie electoral politics in the US. They will also discuss the role of "think tanks" and share some information about their organizations. Click to Register - "The Liberal and Conservative Mind"

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March 2018

NC IOPL Alumni Continuing Education – “Polling”

March 24, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
High Point University, 1 University Parkway
High Point, NC 27268 United States
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This module is led by Martin Kifer, Associate Professor and Director of the HPU Survey Research Center. Polling is both art and science, Martin will lead us through some of the “science” of polling, and then through some of the artful and strategic applications to the current political climate. There are many pitfalls in a complex campaign environment. Too much or too little reliance on polling represent additional pitfalls. The understanding of polling—even if only a basic understanding will make…

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