|RPDC Night @ The Duck Pond|
Come join us for an upcoming event!
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Non-members invited to join us! Pints & Politics is almost always the first Tuesday of the month - except elections & holidays - and admission is free.
Fun, informal, meet the right-minded people, enjoy delicious food, refreshments, as well as wonderful speakers in a relaxed setting.
- “Pints & Politics” meetings at Dane County restaurants does not imply endorsement or non-endorsement by restaurant owners, management, or the Republican Party of Dane County (RPDC). We do appreciate them opening their doors for us.
Join us for this informative debate on the pros and cons of the electoral college. Program features Judge James Troupis who will be our moderator. Debaters: Rick Esenberg of the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), and Professor Howard Schweber, UW-Madison, Dept of Political Science.
Howard Schweber Rick Esenberg
Professor Howard Schweber
Professor, Dept. of Political Science, UW-Madison, American Politics
Ph.D., Cornell University, Government, 1999; M.A.
University of Chicago, History, 1994
J.D., University of Washington Law School, 1989
B.A., University of Pennsylvania, Individualized Major, 1984
Founder & President of Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.
J.D., Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review, and a
B.A., political science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Litigation partner at Foley & Lardner and General Counsel of an international manufacturing firm headquartered in Wisconsin.
Do we need the electoral college? Look at this map.