The Presidential Election: Six Weeks and Counting

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Harvard Club
New York, NY

Register today!



Paul A Gigot
Editor, Editorial Page,
The Wall Street Journal


John Fund and Political Diary columnist

Kimberley A. Strassel
Senior Editorial Page Writer, The Wall Street Journal

James Taranto
Editor, and Political Diary Present:The Presidential Election: Six Weeks and Counting

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Featuring Moderator Paul Gigot and Panelists James Taranto, John Fund and Kimberley A. Strassel

Wednesday, September 22, 2004
6 pm to 7pm - Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
7 pm to 9 pm - Panel Discussion
9 pm - Book Signing

Harvard Club
27 West 44th Street, New York, NY, the editorial page website of The Wall Street Journal, and its daily e-mail newsletter, Political Diary, present a special seminar examining the 2004 election season. A panel of distinguished Wall Street Journal editors, columnists and writers will offer their insights, opinion, analysis and projections on the race for the presidency, as well as on other significant campaigns and ballot initiatives across the country. Paul Gigot, Editor of The Wall Street Journal's Editorial Page, will moderate.

At the opening cocktail reception, attendees will have the opportunity to meet Mr. Gigot and panelists John Fund, James Taranto and Kimberley A. Strassel, as well as other Wall Street Journal editors and columnists. This reception offers a rare opportunity to meet and converse with the people responsible for the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal, for and for Political Diary.

In addition, every attendee will receive copies of the books "Presidential Leadership," co-edited by James Taranto, and "Stolen Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy," by John Fund. Mr. Taranto and Mr. Fund will be available to sign their books after the seminar.

The cost of attending the seminar and cocktail party is $179, which includes a copy of both books, a retail value of more than $50. Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet the opinion leaders of The Wall Street Journal, and Political Diary. Space is very limited, so register today. Registration must be received no later than September 15.