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The U.S. Senate:
From Deliberation to Dysfunction

Marc Johnson,
Author, Historian and Political Analyst
Served as Press Secretary & Chief of Staff for Gov. Cecil Andrus

MArc JohnsonPresentation Points:

  • The Senate of the 1930s versus the Senate of today.
  • How bipartisanship in Idaho and Montana literally saved the independence of the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1930s.
  • The steady downward drift of the Senate after several very contentious elections in 1980, including the Senate election that year in Idaho.

Thursday, April 25, 2019
RSVP by Noon on Monday, April 22

12:00 - 12:30pm Lunch is served
12:30 - 1:00pm Presentation
1:00 - 1:30pm Q&A

Bennion Student Union
Multipurpose Room
1784 Science Center Dr., Idaho Falls
ISU – Idaho Falls University Place


Ticket price per forum:
$17 Member lunch
$22 Non-member lunch
$5 Gallery
Lunch tickets must be paid for
by RSVP date.

Purchase Tickets
or mail a check to: The City Club of Idaho Falls, PO Box 52241, Idaho Falls, ID 83405-2241.



An Evening with Greg Carr

Our Gorongosa Trailer from Gorongosa National Park.

Our Gorongosa

Please consider donating to help provide relief in communities surrounding Gorongosa Park devastated by Cyclone Idai. Visit here for more details and to make your donation.

Monday, May 6, 2019
Advance ticket purchase required by Friday, May 3.

6:00 - 7:00pm Reception – Appetizers & No-host Bar

7:00pm Remarks from Greg Carr followed by full-length preview of Our Gorongosa: A Park for the People. Audience Q&A to follow film.

Colonial Theater
450 A Street,
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Ticket price:
$25 Ticket

Purchase Tickets
or mail a check to:
The City Club of Idaho Falls,
PO Box 52241, Idaho Falls, ID 83405-2241.





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