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A panel discussion about “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America”


The Smithsonian exhibit “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America” can be viewed on the campus of John Brown University through Oct. 20.

The night before the exhibit opened to the public, JBU, KUAF and Ozarks at Large partnered for a panel discussion about voting. The panel included State Representative for District 17 Delia Haak, Associate Professor of Political Science and Assistant Director of the Center for Faith and Flourishing at JBU Dan Bennett, Corporate and Institutional Giving Manager at TheatreSquared and Treasurer of the Northwest Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Council Chris Seawood, and integrated marketing communications major at JBU Yamil Tenorio, who has also served as a copy editor for the JBU Lantern.

Over the next few days, Ozarks At Large will publish highlights from the conversation, beginning with excerpts from answers to Kyle Kellams' first questions that evening, asking panelists about their initial thoughts about voting and democracy.

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Kyle Kellams is KUAF's news director and host of Ozarks at Large.
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