Evening at the Square 2020 featuring The Lincoln Project

6:30 PM 8:00 PM

Evening at the Square 2020 featuring The Lincoln Project

6:30 PM 8:00 PM

In a time when election-year politics have hit a fevered pitch, American Public Square at Jewell is pleased to welcome founders of The Lincoln Project (TLP), a notable group of political strategists who seek to, in their own words, “hold accountable those who would violate their oaths to the Constitution and would put others before Americans.”

In so doing, The Lincoln Project is bucking their Republican roots and the GOP party line to back the Biden-Harris Presidential ticket in 2020, and their message has been getting a lot of attention.

At APS, our goal is to challenge ourselves and each other, and to grow in our ideas as a result. With bitter polarization and a collective “allergy” to civil discourse on the rise, we will use this opportunity to explore what has motivated these veterans of the political system to shed their partisan identity to pursue a once unthinkable political objective—electing a U.S. President on the other side of the infamous aisle–out of a sense of patriotic duty to their country.

We invite you to join APS as we engage in a moderated conversation with this group to explore the strength inherent in learning to change one’s mind.

    • What is it like to go against the grain of your political party?
    • Have party-line politics crippled us as a society?
    • How has polarization and extremism changed the moderate spectrum of both parties?
    • Does any leader have the ability to unite our deeply divided nation?

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Reed Galen is a co-founder of The Lincoln Project. He is an independent political strategist whose years of experience stem from working for President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain, and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Jennifer Horn is a co-founder of The Lincoln Project and a communications strategy consultant. She served as Chairman of the NH Republican Party, 2013-2017, and was the 2008 NH2 Congressional nominee. She served as Co-Chair of the NH Log Cabin Republicans and sat on the Log Cabin Republicans national board of directors. She was an award-winning radio talk show host and is currently a columnist for the New Hampshire Union Leader.
Steve Schmidt is a co-founder of The Lincoln Project. He’s a communications and public affairs strategist. He has worked on numerous Republican campaigns including, President George W. Bush, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Senator John McCain. Today, Schmidt is an MSNBC political analyst appearing frequently on the network.
Rick Wilson is a co-founder of The Lincoln Project. He is a seasoned Republican political strategist, frequent political commentator, New York Times best selling author, media consultant, and innovative ad-maker. He is currently Editor-at-Large of The Daily Beast. Author of Everything Trump Touches Dies, Wilson is an outspoken critic of the Trump administration and the current state of the GOP. Wilson served as field director for George H.W. Bush’s campaign in 1988.
This program is generously supported by:

Jean & Tom McDonnell

Marny & John Sherman

Nancy Cohn & Allan Katz
Regina & Bill Kort
Cyprienne Simchowitz & Jerry White

Sue McCord Belzer & Irv Belzer
Bonnie & Herb Buchbinder
Mary & Mark Jorgensen
Sofia Khan
Alana Muller & Marc Hammer
Rebecca & Jim Pruett
Ursula Terrasi
Wickham James Strategies & Solutions

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