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Andrew Yang To Virtually Visit Penn State November 16

Former 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang will virtually visit Penn State on Tuesday, November 16 for a virtual lecture called “The Future of America’s Two-Party System.”

Yang will visit as a part of guest lectures put on by The McCourtney Institute for Democracy in the College of the Liberal Arts. Accompanying Yang for the lecture will be the McCourtney Institute’s Fall 2021 Visiting Fellow and CNN political analyst Charlie Dent.

The two will discuss the future of the two-party system in America and how politics and democracy have changed over the last few years.

Students can register for the event using this link. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Yang last visited a Penn State campus in October of 2020. Then, he was the virtual distinguished speaker at a Penn State Altoona event where he discussed his presidential campaign, his nonprofit organization, and offered advice for young voters.

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