Linda Greenhouse, our featured guest for our virtual Anniversary Celebration on Oct. 14, was a New York Times reporter the last time the results of a presidential election made their way to the Supreme Court.
In a recent column, Linda looked back to Bush v. Gore to explore “the nightmare scenarios surrounding the presidential election” of 2020 and how the high court could again play a pivotal role in history.
Linda will share insights like these and more when she joins us for Justice, Democracy & the Supreme Court, our 13th Anniversary Celebration, which will be held virtually on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. CT.
There are two ways to engage with this event and support MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom:
- Purchase a Patron package. They are available now and start at $300. These packages include perks and benefits that will take you deeper into the conversation with our guest.
- Reserve a FREE ticket for the virtual broadcast of the main program, moderated by MinnPost Editor Andy Putz. While this part of the program is free for the public, reserving a ticket allows you to submit a question that could be asked during the event.
For more than 30 years, Linda Greenhouse covered the U.S. Supreme Court for the New York Times. She received numerous journalism awards for her reporting, including a Pulitzer Prize in 1998 and the Carey McWilliams Award from the American Political Science Association in 2002. She has taught at Yale Law School and continues to write a bi-weekly column on the Supreme Court and law for the Times.
We hope you can join us for this thoughtful conversation and provide continued support to our nonprofit newsroom as we enter our 13th year.
Special thanks to our sponsors for this event, Shavlik Family Foundation and the Minnesota Historical Society, as well as our generous Anniversary Patrons. Learn more about sponsorship and Patron packages at minnpost.com/anniversary.
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