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Think Tank with Steve Adubato will debut next week

New public television show will assemble expert panels to look at challenges faces New Jersey

By David Wildstein, May 03 2019 10:57 am

New Jersey television personality Steve Adubato will launch a new public television show, Think Tank with Steve Adubato, on May 11.  

The program will bring together panels of state leaders, innovators and experts from a variety of areas to explore critical issues, trends and challenges facing the state and the nation.  

Think Tank will examine topics such as the future of the Democratic and Republican parties as we approach the 2020 election, the state of higher education, the negative tone of political discourse, the future of energy, the role of innovation and technology in business development, transparency in healthcare, race relations, the impact of leadership styles in government and the overall lack of quality leadership in government, business and other sectors,” according to a statement issued by the program’s production staff.

The debut program next Saturday and Sunday includes a roundtable discussion about the future of the Democratic primary.  Guests include Senate Majority Conference Leader Vin Gopal (D-Long Branch), Essex County freeholder Brendan Gill, political consultant Tara Dowdell and St. Peter’s University political science professor Gene Cornacchia.  


A second episode of Think Tank will include Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-Montclair) and Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi (R-River Vale).

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