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Rosenthal Fellow Will Run for Congress


Tyler Bender, a 2016 Harold Rosenthal Fellow in International Relations will run for a seat in Indiana's Third Congressional District in 2018. He states that to increase his chances of first getting elected and then making a substantial impact, he has started a new political party, the Working Party. He states that the party will use a jobs/outcome-oriented platform to gather a broad coalition of voters from the left, right, and elsewhere who are ready for an encouraging vision of the nation's future.

The Rosenthal Fellowship as established in 1977 in the memory of Harold W. Rosenthal, who was killed in a 1976 terrorist attack in Istanbul while working for Senator Jacob K. Javits (R-NY). The Fellowship was created to expose young scholars of foreign affairs to the innter workings of the Congress, the U.S. Department of State and other agencies of the federal government. Fellows are chosen for their outstanding scholarly achievements, for their characer and for their commitment to the study of international affairs.

Bender graduated from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. He served his Rosenthal Fellowship at the Office of Child Labor at the U.S. Department of Labor. Indiana's Third Congressional District includes his home of Fort Wayne.









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