Josiah Bartlett Center - Substance Over Soundbites- Rand Paul

Because we shouldn't choose a President from 30 second soundbites

Join us for the first in a series of substantive policy discussions with the Presidential Candidates and other policy leaders

No time limits.  No subject limits.  In-depth follow-up questions.

The deepest discussions of public policy of the campaign.

Senator Rand Paul on behalf of Congressman Ron Paul

When: Saturday, January 7th at 10:30am

Where:  The Draft
            67 South Main Street
            Concord, NH 03301

            Free and open to the public.
            Hosted by Sen. Andy Sanborn.

No RSVP required, but recommended

As an antidote to superficial debates, Center president Charlie Arlinghaus will interview Senator Rand Paul on behalf of his father Congressman Ron Paul's Presidential campaign for 45 minutes in the most detailed and substantive discussion of the election season.

This is only the first in the series in the week before the Primary.  Watch your inbox for events with the other candidates!

"Rand Paul is a rising star in the Senate, leading the fight to balance the budget and reduce the size of the federal government.  We'd be interested in his thoughts on the many issues facing our country even if his father weren't running for President.  With our unique in-depth format, we'll be able to go beyond the thirty second soundbites that dominate modern Presidential politics.  With no limits on our topics or follow-up questions, this second event in our series will provide New Hampshire voters the details they deserve before heading to the polls."
        ~ Charlie Arlinghaus