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Obama at midterm An AP discussion at NYU in Washington

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From top left: AP Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee, AP Chief White House Correspondent Julie Pace, AP State Department Reporter Matthew Lee, Los Angeles Times White House Correspondent Kathleen Hennessey and Huffington Post White House Correspondent and Senior Political Editor Sam Stein.

The prospects for President Barack Obama’s unfinished agenda at home and abroad, viewed against the backdrop of his lame-duck status, will be the focus of a May 6 discussion presented by The Associated Press at New York University’s campus in Washington.
 
Journalists will provide an inside view of the challenges facing the administration on a number of fronts, ranging from implementation of the health care law and the midterm elections in November to the crisis in Ukraine and the U.S.-brokered peace talks in the Middle East.

The panel, moderated by AP Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee, will feature:
 
•    AP Chief White House Correspondent Julie Pace
•    AP State Department Reporter Matthew Lee
•    Huffington Post White House Correspondent and Senior Political Editor Sam Stein
•    Los Angeles Times White House Correspondent Kathleen Hennessey

The discussion, which starts at 6:30 p.m. ET at the Abramson Family Auditorium, 1307 L St. NW, in Washington, is open to the public and will also be streamed live. A reception will follow.
 
Admission is free, but registration is suggested.

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Erin Madigan White
Senior Media Relations Manager
The Associated Press
212-621-7005
emadigan@ap.org

Tom McIntyre
Assistant Director of External Relations and Special Programs
New York University
202-654-8300
tom.mcintyre@nyu.edu 

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