Why we hate Politics (and do it, anyway)

A conversation with the mother and daughter duo who flipped Arizona politics on its head, drove 32,000 miles across the state together in 6-months (and lived to tell about it), and can’t seem to shake the strange idea that politics matter. They'll talk about why this upcoming election is so important, and why women and LGBTQ+ folx should get and stay engaged.
Emma Fryer is VP of External Affairs for the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona, an international marketing leader and aspiring author, who ran her mom’s gubernatorial campaign in 2018.

Kelly Fryer is a nonprofit executive, educator and former minister, who ran for governor of Arizona in the 2018 primary election. When she and her wife Tana became full-time RVers in the spring of 2019, they did not know this would be the best possible way to ride out a pandemic.

Wednesday, October 7 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm


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Lectures & Presentations

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Political Science Department, Public Policy Department, Eisenhower Institute
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