Have Questions about the Obama Campaign?
Ask its unsung hero. The man behind what some call the greatest political campaign of our time, David Plouffe, will be coming to Bridges on Wednesday, March 25, and Claremont has the opportunity for a Q&A session with him after his speech, "The Obama Administration: What's Next?" Have you always wondered how a first term senator from Illinois did it? Curious about the deep, dark secretes of the White House? This is your chance to find out.
You can submit questions for Plouffe, and the top submissions will presented in the auditorium after the speech. Submit your questions to Victoria Din, CMC '11, at VDin11@cmc.edu. The deadline for all questions is TUESDAY, MARCH 24 at 10:30 PM.
In case you don't know him, here's some more background: David Plouffe is an American political strategist best known as the chief campaign manager for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. He has worked for Senator Tom Harkin, Dick Gephardt, Deval Patrick, and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. In 2004, he joined David Axelrod to elect Barack Obama to the Illinois Senate and never looked back.