Sestak, Toomey to debate at The Center
Just like the Constitution itself, people all around the globe are discussing the National Constitution Center. Follow us as we take a look at the Center’s appearance in news outlets around the globe last week.
Combat captured on canvas – Civilians can catch a glimpse of the everyday lives of American soldiers, from deployment to camp life and the battlefield, in the Center’s new Art of the American Soldier exhibition. Read more from the Los Angeles Times.
War through the eyes of a soldier at the National Constitution Center – “Since World War I, some of the world’s best artwork has been locked up in a basement because there was simply no where to display it…Fortunately, this artwork is on display now until Jan. 10 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia in an exhibit entitled ‘Art of the American Soldier.’”
Sestak, Toomey to Square off in Debate – It’s one of the most talked about political races in the country – Democrat Joe Sestak of Delaware County and Republican Pat Toomey of the Lehigh Valley will meet face-to-face for their first televised debate at the National Constitution Center.
Clinton to young voters – Don’t sit out midterms – “You’re committing malpractice if you sit this election out,” former President Clinton told about 2,000 people at the University of Mississippi.
Vote in the Midterm Elections – Cram for the midterm elections and vote for your favorite candidates at the National Constitution Center!