Presidential Election 2020: A Brown Bag Discussion with Paul Leonard

Wednesday, October 23, 11:30 am to 1 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
WSU Foundation Building, Room 210
Audience: 
Faculty
Staff

Paul LeonardThe Wright State University Retirees Association presents:

Presidential Election 2020: A Brown Bag Discussion with Paul Leonard

What: Grab your brown bag lunch and join other retirees in a lively discussion about the 2020 presidential election led by Paul Leonard, J.D.

Who: Paul Leonard was elected to seats in the Ohio General Assembly four times and also served as mayor of Dayton. At the end of his term as mayor, he was elected lieutenant governor of Ohio and served from 1987-1991. Following that, he returned to Dayton to continue his law practice and founded the Center for Animal Law and Advocacy, a legal team advocating for harsher penalties for those who mistreat animals. He also teaches in the political science departments at Wright State University and the University of Dayton.

Where: Wright State University Retirees Association Office, Room 210 Foundation Building, directly behind Wendy’s Restaurant across from the main entrance to campus. Ample parking is available.

RSVP by Wednesday, Oct. 16, to Mary Gromosiak, by emailing mary.gromosiak@wright.edu or calling (937) 974-4010.

For information, contact
Mary Gromosiak
WSURA Activities Chair
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