Mid Term Elections Panel 2014, Thursday, October 23

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Mid Term Elections Panel Discussion
Thursday, October 23
Sign in 6:45; Program 7:00-8:15PM
ADVANCE RSVP REQUIRED

The SUNY Global Center
116 East 55th Street (Between Park and Lex) Free of Charge

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Seating is limited. Emailkierana@thecommongood.net to reserve now.

 

Democrats have to defend more seats in the Senate and the Republicans clearly have districting in their favor for the House. But what effect will the Supreme Court decisions on voter ID laws have on the races, if any?  What is happening in the Governor’s races? Is it preordained that the Senate will go to the Republicans? What happens if the Republicans sweep the MidTerms?

Join us as we take you beyond the numbers and the 24 hour news cycle for a dynamic and fascinating breakdown of the 2014 Elections with an incredible lineup of political experts.

Moderator:
John Harwood 
– Chief Washington correspondent for CNBC and political journalist for The New York Times.

Panelists:
Patrick Caddell 
 Former Presidential pollster and Fox News contributor.
Anna Greenberg – AAPC’s 2014 ‘’Pollster of the Year’’.
Carol E. Lee – White House correspondent for The Wall Street Journal in the Washington bureau.
Steve Kornacki –  hosts  “Up with Steve Kornacki” on Saturday and Sunday 8-10a.m. ET.
Jim McLaughlin – President of McLaughlin & Associates and a nationally recognized Republican political strategist.
Jefrey Pollock  President of Global Strategy Group, LLC (GSG).     

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PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE!!
The dinner following the panel discussion is now taking place at Chef Alain Ducasse’s Benoit, 60 West 55th Street between 5th and 6th. 

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