Nationally syndicated columnist and CNN analyst Roland Martin addressed 150 guests with his perspectives on the 2012 election and challenged them to become more involved in increasing voter turnout.
“We’re very pleased that so many of our clients and elected officials could join us for this special occasion,” said Quarles Chairman John W. Daniels Jr. “Our brunch has become one of the highlights of the CBC weekend, and we’re delighted that Quarles & Brady has had the opportunity to host an event of this magnitude.”
“It was an honor to attract so many distinguished guests to our brunch," added the firm’s Director of Government Relations, Thomas A. Hart Jr. “Roland Martin mixed humor with substance to explain the current challenges and opportunities presented by the upcoming election."
Together, with Quarles partner and Illinois State Senator Kwame Raoul, clients from some of the many industries that Quarles & Brady represents were among the brunch guests, including ExxonMobil, BMO Harris, Time Warner Cable and AT&T. Senior representatives from the Democratic and Republican parties, numerous elected officials and judges, college presidents as well as the newly appointed U.S. diplomatic representative to the 67th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, Dr. Joan Prince, also attended.
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