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Daschle to field questions via iChat

Former South Dakota Sen. Tom Daschle will be fielding questions from young adults in Alexandria, Minn., Harlem, N.Y., and Louisville, Ky., via Apple's iChat technology from 4:45 to 7 p.m. Monday.

Former South Dakota Sen. Tom Daschle will be fielding questions from young adults in Alexandria, Minn., Harlem, N.Y., and Louisville, Ky., via Apple's iChat technology from 4:45 to 7 p.m. Monday.

The meeting, which will discuss rural America, technology and social change, is hosted by the Center for Rural Affairs and GenerationEngage at Alexandria Technical College. Topics will include rural access, the infrastructure divide between urban and rural communities and how young voters can impact change at the national and federal level.

Interested individuals should register for the event by e-mailing Dan Owens at dano@cfra.org .

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