Archive for the ‘Multimedia’ Category
Please click below to view Rep. Artur Davis’ speech in-full, filmed live at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Saturday, March 16th.
Please click below to view Rep. Artur Davis’ speech at the ‘Accuracy in Media’ Conference, from September 21, 2012. “Not Winning Ugly: How Conservatives can Persuade” has additionally been transcribed in-full, available here.
On October 4th, Rep. Artur Davis spoke to the Colorado Conservative Political Action Conference on the coming election. Please click below to view the video in full.
Artur Davis recently spoke to Mike Huckabee on Fox News Channel before the Republican National Convention. Former representative Davis said that he believes that President Obama is too liberal in his views. Please click below to view the interview.
Former Democratic Alabama Rep. Artur Davis, who introduced President Barack Obama in 2008 at the Democratic Convention in Denver, appeared before the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Monday and fired up the crowd with a powerful speech.
The following ‘Your World’ interview was held at the Republican National Convention and can be viewed in full by clicking here:
Please click below to watch part one of Rep. Artur Davis participating at the Heritage Foundation Political Forum, as documented by C-SPAN Television:
Please click below to watch part two of Rep. Artur Davis participating at the Heritage Foundation Political Forum, as documented by C-SPAN Television:
On May 30th, Artur Davis took time to speak to Fox News about his recent decision to join the Republican party. Please click the video below for more.
Former Congressman Artur Davis joined panelists at the Harvard Institute of Politics to discuss race and the 2012 presidential campaign.
Topics included but were not limited to voter identification legislation, the black vote and President Obama’s and Republican presidential candidates’ responses to the Trayvon Martin shooting. A brief Q&A was held afterwards. To watch the discussion in full (as brought to us from C-SPAN), please click here.