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The Texas Tribune Festival is one of the nation’s largest, most buzzworthy political gatherings. Our three-day festival brings Texans together to address the politics and policy that affect our communities, our schools, our work and our daily lives. We hope you will join us.
Friday, September 27 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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The shining example of George H.W. and Barbara Bush

Supported by Texas Monthly

Moderator
avatar for Karen Tumulty

Karen Tumulty

Columnist for The Washington Post
Tumulty is a columnist covering national politics at The Washington Post, which she joined in 2010. Previously, she worked as a national political correspondent for the paper. Tumulty spent 15 years at Time magazine, where she held positions including national political correspondent... Read More →

Speakers
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Michael Beschloss

Author and Presidential Historian for NBC News
Beschloss serves as a presidential historian for NBC News and as a contributor for PBS NewsHour. He is the author of nine books on presidential history, including, most recently, the New York Times bestselling “Presidents of War” and “Presidential Courage,” as well as two... Read More →
avatar for George P. Bush

George P. Bush

Texas Land Commissioner
Bush was elected Texas land commissioner in 2014. He is also chair of the Texas Veterans Land Board, where he oversees the administration of veterans’ benefits and housing loans. Previously, Bush served as an officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve, co-founded an investment firm focused... Read More →
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Susan Page

Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today
Page writes about politics and the White House for USA Today and serves as its Washington Bureau Chief. Previously, she worked as a reporter for Newsday and USA Today, and she has covered six White House administrations and 10 presidential elections. Page is also the author of the... Read More →


Friday September 27, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Central Presbyterian Church 200 E. 8th St., Austin, TX 78701

Attendees (175)