Election Day

Tomorrow is the first Tuesday in the month of November meaning it’s Election Day. There are many big races that Americans are hitting the polls tomorrow to vote on including the U.S. Presidential election between President Barack Obama and Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. AEI Speakers Bureau represents a wide array of speakers who speak on topics pertaining to politics, news and current events. Here is a sampling of some of the speakers on our roster that are available:
Donna Brazile is an author, political analyst, columnist and political commentator. She first grabbed the public’s attention when was an instrumental part in making Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday a national holiday. She has worked on numerous campaigns including Jimmy Carter, Jesse Jackson and Bill Clinton. She worked as the campaign manager for Al Gore’s 2000 campaign, becoming the first African-American woman to ever manage a presidential campaign. She currently serves as the Vice Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. 
Howie Carr is an author and conservative talk show host based in Boston. Born in Portland, Maine, Carr got his start as a reporter for Channels 2 and 56. Since 1994, he has hosted The Howie Carr Show which is a weekly radio talk show on Boston’s WKRO. He is regularly featured on NBC’s The Today Show, MSNBC, CNN and Fox News. Carr is also a columnist for The Boston Herald. He has been nominated for an Emmy Award for his TV work. His book, the Brothers Bulger, was on the New York Times Best-Sellers List for 11 weeks. 
Ari Shapiro is an American radio journalist, correspondent and analyst. Shapiro began by being a regional reporter for National Public Radio (NPR) in Atlanta and Miami. Then he became NPR’s Justice Correspondent until he was promoted to White House correspondent. Since becoming the White House correspondent, he has flown aboard Air Force One and stood in the Oval Office as President Barack Obama met with world leaders. He was the first NPR reporter to be promoted to correspondent before the age of 30. He is also a frequent guest host of Morning Edition on NPR.  
Susan Stamberg is a broadcast journalist, author, moderator and commentator. For 14 years starting in 1972, she was the co-host of National Public Radio (NPR)’s award-winning news magazine All Things Considered. She went on to host Weekend Edition also on NPR. She is applauded for her interviewing skills and style, having interviewed such high-profile people as Former First Lady Laura Bush, Civil Rights Activist Rosa Parks and Legendary Singer Billy Joel. She has been inducted into the Broadcasting and Radio Hall of Fame. She is the author of best-selling books and winner of a Edward R. Murrow Award. 
To check out the rest of AEI Speakers Bureau‘s roster of speakers on current events, news and politics, go here! 

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