Maverick Speaker Series: Donna Brazile
Donna Brazile discusses Politics and Beyond.
Political strategist and commentator Donna Brazile is also an adjunct
professor, author, syndicated columnist, and vice chair of voter
registration and participation at the Democratic National Committee. Her work as campaign manager for Al Gore made her the first
African-American woman to manage a presidential campaign.
Doors open at 6:30pm
Event begins at 7:30pm
Free or Primium tickets required at
Facts and features
- Year Opened: October 1965
- Facility Names: Arlington State College Multipurpose Auditorium (1965 – 1968) Texas Hall (1968 - today)
- Seating Capacity: 2,625 (1,273 lower level/1,352 balcony)
- First Performer: Louis Armstrong – October 18, 1965
- Square Footage: 76,000
- Proscenium Size: 104’ Wide/32’ High