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News Release - 29 June 2005

Fred Anton and Norm Hoffer Join Lincoln Institute Board

The Board of Directors of the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. recently elected Frederick W. Anton, III and Norman K.A. Hoffer to seats on the 17-member board.

Mr. Anton currently serves as President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association and Mr. Hoffer is the managing partner of Hoffer Properties based in suburban Harrisburg, PA.

“We are pleased to welcome Mr. Anton and Mr. Hoffer to the Lincoln Institute’s Board of Directors,” said Lowman S. Henry, Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute. “Their dedication to the conservative principles upon which the Lincoln Institute was founded has been well demonstrated over a period of many years. They bring with them to our board formidable organizational and management skills which will greatly assist our efforts as the Lincoln Institute continues to grow and expand.”

In addition to the election of Mr. Anton and Mr. Hoffer, three current members of the Lincoln Institute’s Board of Directors were re-elected to three year terms including Susan Staub, President of Pennsylvanians for Right to Work; LeGree Daniels, who is a Governor of the U.S. Postal Service; and Doris Beaufait, a writer and author.

The Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. is a non-profit educational foundation based near Harrisburg, PA. It conducts public opinion research on a wide range of state and national issues. The Lincoln Institute is also producer of Lincoln Radio Journal, a weekly half-hour public affairs radio program syndicated on more than 80 Pennsylvania radio stations. The Lincoln Institute also publishes a quarterly newsletter, Pulse; and is publisher of two web sites: www.lincolninstitute.org and www.patownhall.com.