For those in Central and Southern Maine, I'm one of the panelists discussing money and politics at the OneMaine round table this Wednesday evening, June 13, at Hallowell Town Hall, just south of the state capital.
My fellow panelists include Anthony Corrado Jr. of Colby College and the Brookings Institution, Lance Dutson of the Maine Heritage Policy Center, Alison Smith of Maine Citizens for Clean Elections, Bowdoin College's Michael Franz, and the executive director of the state ethics commission, Jonathan Wayne. It being a small state, my wife, Sarah Skillin Woodard, is moderating.
The event runs from 5:30 to 7 pm and is free and open to the public.
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