C-SPAN Bus To Visit Spanish River High School Wednesday

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The C-Span Bus will visit Boca Raton on Wednesday.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you just can't get enough of the 2012 Presidential election, enjoy the nostalgia of last week's main event when the C-Span bus visits Boca Raton. The bus will at Spanish River High School tomorrow — 5100 Jog Road — from 10a until Noon, and is a great way for students to learn about elections and news coverage, most likely sans sex scandals.

According to C-SPAN:

The Campaign 2012 Bus traveled the country to promote and enhance C-SPAN’s extensive resources and political coverage during the campaign by stopping at major political events such as candidate debates and speeches and meetings with voters on the campaign trail. As the tour continues, the Bus will visit state capitals and community organizations and will host students and teachers around the nation, giving them an inside look at C-SPAN’s comprehensive educational and political resources.

“C-SPAN offers a variety of public affairs programming and useful information for educators, students, first-time voters, and the general public — important resources in any election,” said Derek Cooper, Vice President of Government Affairs for Comcast in Florida. “As voters look back on election 2012, we invite visitors to experience the C-Span campaign bus to see highlights from the campaign that led to the outcome on November 6th.”

Aboard the Campaign 2012 Bus, visitors will learn about the following programming and resources via interactive technology

C-SPAN’s Campaign 2012 website, including video highlights from the campaign and election

C-SPAN’s in-depth public affairs event coverage

C-SPAN’s web offerings, including archived video going back to 1987 through C-SPAN’s vast Video Library and Congressional Chronicle.



Paul Saperstein


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