With the CNBC Republican debate in Michigan already behind him, this is still going to be a busy week for Senator Sam Brownback. He continues to make campaign appearances in Iowa as the week winds down. In addition, there are a couple of significant Brownback events that will be of interest to those of us in other parts of the country.
Live Online Chat
Wednesday morning, Oct 10, Sam will be participating in a live online chat courtesy of the Washington Post between 11am and 12pm EST.
Questions may be submitted prior to or during the event here. Information about other online chats with the Presidential candidates can be found here. It appears that Sam Brownback will be the first participant.
Update: The online chat has finished.
Political Dispatch Interview
Sam will be interviewed Thursday, Oct 11, by Political Buzz for their “Political Dispatch” interview, which will be posted on Friday. B4B will post a reminder when it goes online. Shoot them an email if you have a question you’d like asked.
Bipartisan Summit on Iraq
On Friday, Oct 12, Presidential candidates Sam Brownback (R) and Joe Biden (D) will hold an unprecedented joint bipartisan summit to discuss the Brownback-Biden-Boxer political solution for Iraq, “the only Iraq-related policy plan the Senate has adopted this year.”
Learn more about this “political surge” and the upcoming bipartisan summit in an article penned by Senator Brownback himself, Why I’m Campaigning with a Democrat.
And read on for more information and some background on the Brownback-Biden plan.