Politics

  Speaking in Maine visited the Cumberland Club in Portland during its latest Joshua Chamberlain Lecture Series: post primary analysis from a panel of political reporters and one political pollster. MPBN's own A.J. Higgins participated in this lively discussion about the June 8 primary election tells us about what might happen in November.

The panel is as follows (in order of introduction):

  Speaking in Maine gets a jump on the 2012 presidential campaign with CNN Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser. He recently spoke at Colby College in Watervilleabout different scenarios heading into the next race for the White House. 

Paul Steinhauser has been at CNN for 23 years and was instrumental in the creation of the CNN program The Situation Room, and has led CNN to Emmy awards for its news coverage.

  Speaking in Maine welcomes Paul Steiger, editor-in-chief, president and chief executive of ProPublica to the podium. Steiger’s organization is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest.

Paul Steiger is the editor-in-chief, president and chief executive of ProPublica.

  Speaking in Maine features an address given at MPBN’s recent annual founders reception by NPR’s Chief Political Correspondent, Mara Laisson, she gives her inside view about politics, the Obama administration, and the major issues of our day including Health Care Reform and Afghanistan.

  Former Maine Governor Angus King (I) kicks-off the inaugural Joshua Chamberlain Lecture Series by speaking on a wide range of issues. The bulk of this talk, however, dealt with the leadership lessons which can be gleaned from one of Maine’s most well known residents, Civil War hero Joshua Chamberlain.

The Joshua Chamberlain Lecture Series is sponsored by MPBN and hosted by the Cumberland Club in Portland. These regular lectures are designed to inform, inspire and delight.

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