Richmond,VA (PRWEB) September 19, 2013 -- The Virginia Prosperity Project (VirginiaP2), the Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s non-partisan voter education and GOTV campaign, will hold a Google Hangout on September 24, 2013 at noon, entitled “Navigating Virginia in 2013". Experts will discuss the status of the campaigns and offer unique insight to the issues and strategies that will determine the outcome of the election.
The Hangout will be moderated by Ryan Dunn, Vice President of Government Relations at the Virginia Chamber and Executive Director of VirginiaP2, and experts will include: Dr. Bob Holsworth, founder of Virginia Tomorrow.com and a Managing Principal of DecideSmart; Ryan Nobles, Anchor and Political Reporter at NBC12 Richmond; and Steve Contorno, Virginia Politics Reporter, Washington Examiner. The conversation will take a deep dive into the campaign thus far with the hope of providing crucial insights to voters ahead of the debates. The discussion will also dissect where the candidates stand and what they will need to do during the final weeks of the campaign to earn enough votes to be victorious in what is expected to be a very low voter turnout.
“We are hosting this Google Hangout because we want Virginian’s to have all the facts going into this election and to provide voters a unique insight into the elections,” said Ryan Dunn, executive director of VirginiaP2.
“This conversation is an opportunity for voters to hear from some of Virginia’s most knowledgeable and respected experts and we are looking forward to a thoughtful and enlightening discussion,” Dunn concluded.
The Virginia Prosperity Project (VirginiaP2) is a nonpartisan, issue education and election information clearing house used by thousands of Virginia voters. VirginiaP2 delivers objective election and policy information to encourage Virginians to take an active role in the political and policy-making process. VirginiaP2 also provides helpful tools and data to assist voters in registering to vote, understanding where the candidates stand, where to find their polling place and how government decisions impact their jobs, their industry and their livelihoods. VAP2 does not tell people how to vote but provides voters with unique, unfiltered access to the candidates’ stance on issues of prosperity and free enterprise.
Register for “Navigating Virginia in 2013” at http://www.virginiap2.com/navigating-virginia-in-2013.
Ryan L. Dunn, The Virginia Prosperity Project, http://www.virginiap2.com/, 804.677.1090, [email protected]