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Interview with Newt Gingrich, Coby Dillard

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While on tour with Al Sharpton and Arne Duncan, Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House, will be interviewed by African-American Conservatives. The official press release for the education tour can be found here: http://www.ed.gov/news/pressreleases/2009/08/08142009.html Mr. Gingrich is a noted author and lecturer, best known as Speaker of the House under the Clinton Administration, and for his work on the Contract With America. Mr. Gingrich is a Distinguished Visiting Scholar and Professor at the National Defense University. He currently serves on several boards and committees including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation,Defense Policy Board, Terrorism Task Force for the Council on Foreign Relations, and Co-Chair of the National Commission for Quality Long-term Care. He is an Editorial Board Member of the Johns Hopkins University journal, Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, and is an Advisory Board Member of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, and was recently named co-Chair of the UN Task Force, a bi-partisan Congressional effort to reform the United Nations. Rounding out the hour will be Coby Dillard, fresh off the campaign trail for now Governor-Elect, Bob McDonnell. Mr. Dillard served as Coalitions Director for Mr. McDonnell in his outreach to Veteran and African-American communities. He is a Navy veteran having, served his country honorably for six years - OIF in 2003 and GTMO in 2005. After a stint as a contractor and federal employee in our nation's capitol, Mr. Dillard joined the McDonnell team in May of 2009, through the conclusion of the election cycle, culminating Mr. McDonnell's successful bid for Governorship of Virginia.

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