D-Squared Reflects On The Election

D-Squared Reflects On The Election

November 15, 2022
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Online event

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The woman in the picture has changed her mind, and now wants to change her ballot. Good luck with that! We’re quite happy with how we voted although we may not be happy with the election results.

So, it being November of an even-numbered year, our D-Cubed and D-Squared events this month must necessarily be about the election. We will talk about what happened at both the state and national levels. What do the election results portend for the Biden Administration’s legislative agenda? For the next two years of Biden’s presidency? Did the results favor Donald Trump and promote his candidacy for presidential renomination and reelection? Or did they diminish his hold on the Republican Party? In light of these results, are you more or less concerned about our democracy? These and other questions will receive our usual probing analysis in our customarily congenial online get-together. Please join us to celebrate, commiserate, or to simply enjoy our collective company!

D-Squared (Discussion and Debate) is a monthly gathering sponsored by HumanistsMN and hosted by Jerry Smith and Mark Thoson. Jerry will be moderating this month’s discussion.

Rather than assign readings that discuss political races/strategies or predict election results, we’ll wait until after the election and then post links to online articles that report the results and useful commentary. So no “homework” for now, but some might be coming down shortly before we meet. And, as usual, if you become aware of online resources that would enlighten us, feel free to suggest them by posting links in the “Comments” section below.

This event is sponsored by HumanistsMN. If you are not yet a member, please consider joining to help us cover our costs and build the humanist movement. Not ready to join? Donations are gratefully accepted! Donate or join through our home page.

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