Democracy Day is coming up soon, right at the beginning of the Utah legislative session on Tuesday, January 28th, just one day after the session convenes. This is a chance for citizens around the state to hear from state dignitaries, witness a debate between Republican and Democratic party leaders, tour the Capitol, and have lunch with their legislators in the Capitol Rotunda. You will also have the opportunity to view the Utah House of Representatives and Senate as consider legislation on the floor and watch votes on proposed bills. The event, including lunch, is free and open to everyone.
AARP Utah is cohosting “Democracy Day” at the state Capitol complex on Jan. 28—the day after the 45-day legislative session begins. The free event features political speakers and lunch with lawmakers, giving participants a chance to learn about key issues and speak directly with their legislators.
If you have ever wanted to learn more about the political process, meet your legislators or tour the Utah State Capitol, register now for Democracy Day 2013, which will be held at the State Capitol Complex on Wednesday, January 30. This year we'll have a discussion between Utah Republican Party Chair Thomas Wright and Utah Democratic Party Chair Jim Dabakis debating a new host of issues post-election. Professor Chris Karpowitz from the BYU Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, the keynote speaker, will discuss the political landscape and changes ahead with our newly elected political leaders.
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