April 5, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Eastern Time
ACS Presents: The Future of PA Politics with U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-5)
The Penn Law chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) is pleased to announce its upcoming event titled "ACS Presents: The Future of PA Politics with U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-5)." The event will take place on April 5th from 12pm-1pm and will be held in person in G214. Lunch will be provided.
The event will feature a discussion with Penn Law alum U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (PA-5), who will be sharing her insights on the future of Pennsylvania politics. Pennsylvania is a traditionally "purple" state that has recently experienced significant progressive success in statewide races, as well as multiple democratic wins in traditionally "red" areas. Rep. Scanlon will be discussing the reasons behind this political shift and what it means for the future of the state.
The event is particularly geared towards progressive Penn Law students who are interested in public service and want to become more engaged in the political landscape of Pennsylvania. Rep. Scanlon will be sharing her experiences in politics and offering advice on how students can get involved and make a difference in their communities.
The discussion will be moderated by Neil Makhija, an election law professor and ACS student alumnus. Professor Makhija will be leading the conversation and engaging with Rep. Scanlon on a range of topics related to Pennsylvania politics and public service.
Overall, this promises to be an insightful and engaging event for anyone interested in the future of Pennsylvania politics and public service. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from Rep. Scanlon and engage in a meaningful discussion on these important issues.