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Evan McMullin joins the Vox Conversations unconference

Evan McMullin Courtesy Evan McMullin

We’re excited to announce that Evan McMullin, the 2016 independent presidential candidate and co-founder of Stand Up Republic, will be our final interview at next week’s Vox Conversations unconference series. We look forward to McMullin sharing his perspective with us — and perhaps finding out whether he will run for office in the near future.

Vox Conversations is our semiannual unconference series that takes place in Washington, DC. It features a bipartisan program focused on big ideas, inspiration, and solutions around the future of government, the power of truth, the economic reality for the working class, the impact of immigration, and the status of American health care.

Over two days, we assemble 200 thinkers and doers, representing the worlds of government, health care, technology, academia, media, and more, to participate in on-the-record and off-the-record sessions designed to encourage meaningful dialogue and new thinking.

If you’re not able to join us in person, we’ll be airing a number of our featured presentations and interviews in real time on Facebook Live. Be sure to follow Vox and Ezra Klein on Facebook so you don’t miss a thing!

Wednesday, April 26

12:40–12:55 pm ET: Kasim Reed, mayor of Atlanta

1:10–1:25 pm ET: Holly Rehder, state representative, Missouri

4:25–4:40 pm ET: Pramila Jayapal, US representative, Washington

6:15–7:15 pm ET: Interview with US Sen. Cory Booker, New Jersey, featuring Ezra Klein

Thursday, April 27

12:30–12:45 pm ET: James Wallner, group vice president for research, the Heritage Foundation

4:15–5:00 pm ET: Interview with US Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Rhode Island, featuring Jim Tankersley

5:00–6:00 pm ET: Interview with 2016 presidential candidate Evan McMullin featuring Ezra Klein

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone online and in person next week!

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