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November 02, 2021
David Thornburgh Interview with Former Congressperson Jim Gerlach
C70 President and CEO, David Thornburgh, interviews Former Congressperson from Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District, Jim Gerlach, about civic education and engagement.
November 02, 2021
Studio C70 Interview with Debbie Gross
C70 CEO David Thornburgh discusses today's judicial races, why we even elect judges in the first place, and the work of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts with their CEO Debbie Gross.
November 02, 2021
Studio C70 Interview with Ari Mittleman
Our CEO David Thornburgh discusses the latest political news from across PA with Ari Mittleman, host of the podcast PA Kitchen Table Politics.
October 25, 2021
Michael Smerconish and Jim Clyburn: Improving Access to America’s Greatness
Michael Smerconish and Jim Clyburn shed light on issues ranging from social media to Constitutional crises.
October 25, 2021
President and CEO, David Thornburgh, on Why Every Vote Counts
Seventy works to make sure all voices are heard through our WeVote, CPR, and poll worker recruiting initiatives.
October 25, 2021
C70 President and CEO, David Thornburgh, on the importance of Fair Elections
A critical part of ensuring all voices are heard is maintaining the integrity of our elections. Seventy works to fulfill that mission through efforts like Draw the Lines and Open Primaries PA.
October 21, 2021
Principles, Parties, & Where America Goes From Here with Jerry Sweeney
Jerry Sweeney discusses what 2021 meant for us, and what lies ahead
October 21, 2021
Principles, Parties, & Where America Goes From Here: Conclusion by David Thornburgh
David Thornburgh, CEO and President of the Committee of Seventy, closes off the event: Principles, Parties, & Where America Goes From Here.
October 21, 2021
Studio C70 Interview with Commissioner Al Schmidt
Committee of Seventy President and CEO, David Thornburgh, interviews Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt.