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PULTENEY STREET SURVEY - SUMMER 2016

BIPARTISAN CONVERSATION

Jessica Evangelista Balduzzi ’05

Despite opposing political ideologies, Liz Seidel ’13 (left), a political fundraiser and Eden Tesfaye ’14 (right), director of special projects at the Democratic National Committee, have been friends since they met on campus as Orientation Leaders. The pair recently met up in Washington, D.C., to cheer on Hobart Lacrosse during their 10-9 victory over Georgetown. “Eden and I are able to be friends, even though we have different belief systems, by focusing on what we have in common, instead of what makes us different,” says Seidel. “Liz provides me with a viewpoint from the other side,” explains Tesfaye. “While we fundamentally want the same things for our country, we have a very different path on how to get from point A to B.” Seidel adds, “But what we can both agree on is that the 2016 presidential election is unlike anything we’ve ever seen!”

 

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