Become an Informed VoterPrinceton, New Jersey
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Princeton University

The 2016 presidential election is now less than a year away. Campaigns are in full swing, but the nonstop news cycle often focuses on style rather than substance. Join fellow Dartmouth alumni and the Rockefeller Center’s Senior Lecturer in Public Policy Charlie Wheelan ’88 for a timely discussion of the policy issues that matter most in 2016. Learn to look past media hype to what the presidential candidates should be talking about during this election season.

The founder of the Centrist Project, Wheelan has spent time as a speechwriter, a correspondent for The Economist, and a Congressional candidate. His books include the best-selling Naked Statistics and Naked Economics, as well as the forthcoming Naked Money: A Revealing Look at What It Is and Why It Matters.

The afternoon will include a discussion via Skype with Judd Gregg, a New Hampshire Republican who served as a U.S. senator (1993–2011), governor of New Hampshire (1989–93), and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1981–89).

10-10:30 a.m. Registration with coffee and pastries
10:45 p.m. Presentation by Charles Wheelan ’88 
12:30 p.m. Lunch
1:45 p.m. Bipartisan budget exercise with Charles Wheelan ’88 and Judd Gregg
3 p.m. Event concludes

Alumni and guests: $70
Classes of 2005–2015: $55

Princeton University
Robertson Hall
2 Prospect Avenue
Princeton, NJ

 Recommended Readings
"Opportunity, Responsibility, and Security," The American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution (PDF)
"CBO's January 2016 Full Budget and Economic Outlook," Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (PDF)
"The Cost Conundrum," Atul Gawande
"Overkill," Atul Gawande
"Why We Support a Revenue-Neutral Carbon Tax," George P. Schultz & Gary S. Becker

This Dartmouth on Location event is organized by the Office of Alumni Relations in partnership with the Dartmouth Club of Princeton and the Dartmouth Club of Suburban New Jersey. To learn more about Dartmouth on Location programs or to register, please contact us at (603) 646-9159 or