Launching the Irish American Presidential Forum 2020 back in early December were co-chairs (l-r) Marty Glennon, John Dearie and Joe Crowley. Photo by Nuala Purcell.
By Irish Echo Staff
The organizers of the 2020 Irish American Presidential Forum have created an email address for persons interested in attending the Forum to apply for tickets. Applications can be made to [email protected]
The Forum will be hosted by Fordham University School of Law in Manhattan on Sunday, April 26 in the afternoon, with exact starting time to be announced once presidential candidates and their campaigns finalize their time availability, said a release from the organizing committee.
“All candidates of both parties have been invited, with the committee having received acknowledgments from virtually every candidate and an expressed interest in participating in the forum,” a committee spokesman indicated.
“Due to the limited seating capacity of the auditorium where the forum will occur, a request for tickets does not guarantee a person will ultimately receive a ticket, but all interested individuals must apply to the email address.”
The committee members are former Congressman Joe Crowley, attorney Marty Glennon and attorney and former New York State Assemblyman John Dearie.
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Among the Irish American Agenda topics for each candidate to address include Brexit, immigration, U.S. trade with the United Kingdom, the appointment of an U.S Special Envoy and the McGuinness Principles.