Political Analyst To Discuss What’s At Stake For NJ

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Ingrid W. Reed

Ingrid W. Reed

UNION—Concerned about the economy, taxes, health care, education and other critical issues facing New Jersey voters?

The Union County Section, National Council of Jewish Women, presents noted political analyst Ingrid W. Reed, who will discuss current political “hot topics” and how we will be affected by our political choices in this election year.  Open to the public, the program will take place Thursday evening, Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at the YM-YWHA of Union County.  A question and answer period will follow Reed’s presentation.  The Y, a barrier-free building, is located at 501 Green Lane, Union.  There is no charge for this event.

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Ingrid W. Reed directs the New Jersey Project, an initiative designed to reinforce and expand the contributions of Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics to the governance and politics of its home state. Among its initiatives are programs on campaign, election and ethics reform, governance issues and initiatives to promote information for citizen participation.

Reed has directed studies on television and press coverage of New Jersey election campaigns, on election administration, on ethics reform and issues of voter participation.   She is frequently interviewed for analysis of New Jersey politics by state, national and international media and has written op-ed columns for major New Jersey newspapers.

The National Council of Jewish Women, a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates, strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms. For directions, call 1-908-289-8112.


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