The Institute of Politics at Florida State University (IOP@FSU) announced Thursday it will host U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) as part of its Strengthening American Democracy speaker series.
Romney, the 2012 Republican candidate for president, will take part in a live, virtual interview, moderated by former Republican Party of Florida Chair and Florida State University adjunct faculty member Al Cardenas.
The interview will take place at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 1. Interested attendees can RSVP and receive updates at https://www.iopfsu.com/iop-in-action/senator-mitt-romney/.
This interview is a continuation of the IOP@FSU’s Strengthening American Democracy speaker series, which will run throughout the 2021-2022 academic year and focus on generating awareness of the principles of democracy and the responsibility of citizens to support and strengthen the democratic process.
Institute Director Hans Hassell said he is excited to have Romney take part in the series.
“He is a distinguished and successful leader in politics and the private sector who cares deeply about the strength of our democratic institutions and who has made significant contributions to both his home state of Utah and the nation,” Hassell said. “We look forward to learning from his experiences and perspectives on civic engagement, civil discourse and much more.”
Future presentations in the Strengthening American Democracy speaker series will be announced at https://www.iopfsu.com/.
About The Institute of Politics at Florida State University
The Institute of Politics at Florida State University (IOP@FSU) is a world-class, nonpartisan, and nationally renowned institute that promotes engagement in politics by students and citizens. Housed within the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, the IOP@FSU supports applied political research by a cadre of world-class scholars and will mobilize the talents of our alumni, students, faculty, and friends while taking advantage of our location in Florida’s Capital City. The IOP@FSU offers wide-ranging opportunities for FSU students to become civically engaged, promotes research in politics, citizen involvement, and public service, and promotes the awareness of politics, citizen involvement, and public service in the general public. For additional information, please visit www.iopfsu.com.