2013-04-02 12:34

Creating More Voters and Better Citizens


Why Bother? Austin After 10-1

Why Bother? Austin After 10-1 was a past event held on April 23rd, 2013.

Why Bother? Austin After 10-1 takes an in-depth look at how the change to Austin City Council's governing structure will impact voters. Experts and community members from across the city meet to discuss issues that are most important to them to try to figure out how 10 separate districts will reconcile their differences once the new council is elected.

Why Bother? Austin After 10-1

Tuesday, April 23, 2013
7:00 - 8:00 pm 
KLRU’s historic Austin City Limits Studio 6a
2504-B Whitis Ave.

Dr. Kevin Michael Foster, Moderator, Assoc. Professor of African & African Diaspora Studies, UT Austin
Sherri Greenberg, Director, Center for Politics and Governance, LBJ School
Ryan Robinson, City Demographer, City of Austin
Carol Lee, President, Austin Neighborhoods Council

  Citizen Panel
Stephanie Nestlerode, Facilitator
Jason Meeker, North West
Frances McIntyre, North Central
Celia Israel, North East
Dude Spellings, West
Roger Cauvin, Central
Monica Guzmán, East
Pat Epstein, South West
Cory Walton, South Central
Carl Webb, South East
David Foster, Far South Central


The event was free and open to the public.

More information on the Why Bother? series as a whole can be found here.