The political tenor that has been slowly building is approaching a crescendo. As sharp jabs are thrown and candidates make last-ditch pitches to voters, the conversation often becomes increasingly confrontational.
Meanwhile, some sage voices remind the electorate what truly counts: your vote.
That reminder will be a central theme at the New York Times' latest installment of their Get With The Times live event series, which will feature a conversation with Senator Bernie Sanders and NYT National Political Correspondent Alexander Burns at the University of Maryland.
The essential logistics for what should be a phenomenally productive and instructive discussion are as follows:
TURN UP THE TURNOUT WITH BERNIE SANDERS
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 8 PM
On October 3rd, join Senator Bernie Sanders and Alex Burns, New York Times National Political Correspondent, for the latest edition of Get With The Times, our spirited live conversation series for college students.
With the mid-term elections just months away, Senator Sanders, the longest-serving independent in congressional history, takes the stage to discuss what's at stake for students in particular, and to amplify the critical importance of voting — regardless of which candidate you support.
Hosted at the University of Maryland, this event will be filmed live and broadcast to watch parties at college campuses across the country (list below).
Bernie Sanders: Watch Party School List
The University of Utah | Salt Lake City, UT
University of South Carolina | Columbia, SC
UCLA | Los Angeles, CA
University of Central Florida | Orlando, FL
Northeastern University | Boston, MA
Virginia Tech | Blacksburg, VA
The College of New Jersey | Ewing Township, NJ
Rutgers University | New Brunswick, NJ
Bates College | Lewiston, ME
Kenyon College | Gambier, OH