Nov 14 2015
Hosted by Associated Press Vermont bureau chief and celebrated author Chris Graff, the event will feature an opening presentation, a townhall forum, live broadcast of the debate on the Paramount’s HD big-screen, and post-debate discussion of what just transpired during the debate. The event promises to be an interactive evening of discourse from start to finish, and you do not want to miss it!
This event, and all but three of the remaining 15, are free of charge and open to the public. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase by Roots the Restaurant.
Doors Open: 6:40
Undercard Viewing: 7:00
Chris Graff: 8:00
Moderated Discussion: 8:30
Democratic Primary Debate: 9:00
Moderated Discussion to Follow
ABOUT CHRIS GRAFF
Chris Graff writes and speaks extensively about Vermont’s politics, focusing on Vermont’s transformation from the most Republican state in the nation to the most Democratic. He is a former journalist with The Associated Press and is the author of Dateline Vermont, a memoir of his 30 years in journalism. For 15 years, Graff formerly hosted Vermont This Week, a public affairs program on Vermont Public Television, and produced and hosted numerous documentaries for the statewide network, including The Governors, a series of interviews with every governor who served from 1959 to 2011. Since 2006 he has worked at national life Group, a financial services company based in Montpelier. He is a contributing editor of Vermont Business Magazine, chair of the Vermont Disaster Relief Fund, and was a member of the Council on the Future of Vermont.