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Professor David Schultz to lead video chat on the 2010 elections; 100 online 'seats' available for Nov. 15 event


Hamline University’s David Schultz, professor in the School of Business, will offer an hour-long interactive video/audio chat with the public regarding the 2010 elections and his predictions for how politics will play out nationally and in Minnesota.

The online event will take place Monday, November 15, 2010 from 7-8 p.m. (CST). It is free and open to all.

Schultz will utilize the latest technology, Elluminate Live, a web conferencing program and virtual environment to provide a fluid, powerful video chat experience with up to 100 chat participants. He will respond to questions and comments from those participants while leading a discussion about the 2010 election results locally and nationally. He will also address what Minnesota is likely to experience once a new governor is named and how it may differ depending on which candidate claims the spot and when they do so.

Everyone is invited to participate. To join the session, please click here within 30 minutes of the session start time.

To view the hardware and software pre-requisites for Elluminate Live! please click here

David Schultz is a professor of public administration and government ethics in the Hamline University School of Business. He has taught classes on American government and election law for more than 20 years.

Schultz is the author and editor of more than 25 books and 70 articles on American politics and law, and is a frequently quoted political analyst in the local, national and international media. He blogs regularly at Schultz's Take.