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Getting to the Point with Congressman Seth Moulton


Congressman Seth Moulton will participate in a moderated Getting to the Point conversation to share his vision for a new generation of leadership as a candidate for President of the United States. Kimberly Atkins, Senior News Correspondent, WBUR, will moderate this conversation. Congressman Moulton’s appearance is part of a series of Kennedy Institute events focused on the 2020 election cycle.

Congressman Seth Moulton has represented the 6th Congressional district of Massachusetts since 2014. He was first called to service when he joined the Marines in 2001, for which he served four tours in Iraq. After returning home, Congressman Moulton earned joint graduate degrees in Business and Public Policy, and worked in the private sector to build the country’s first high speed rail line. In the U.S. House of Representatives, he serves as a member of the Budget Committee and Armed Services Committee.

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