Post-Mortem Election Conference

post mortem election
When
Thu, November 6 2014
Where
Capitol Weekly
1123 J Street
Time
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Admission
$199
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Join Capitol Weekly, UC Center and Leadership California Institute on Thursday, November 6 in Sacramento for A Post-Mortem of the 2014 Election. This program promises to be an exciting, unique and informative overview of the November elections providing analysis, opinions and insight. What happened? Why? What happens next?

Register today and save your seat! Space is limited!

Over two dozen experts and insiders will discuss the results of the election and provide a look-ahead at what it means for 2015 – and beyond. Confirmed speakers include:

Jim Brulte, California Republican Party
Ace Smith, SCN Strategies
Angie Tate, California Democratic Party
Paul Mitchell, Political Data Inc.
Gary Winuk, California Fair Political Practices Commission
Aaron McLear, Redwood Pacific
Amy Chance, Sacramento Bee
Seema Mehta, Los Angeles Times
Paul Hefner, Campaign Manager for Tom Torlakson
Rose Kapolczynski, Rose Kapolczynski Consulting
Mike Madrid, Grassroots Lab
Jason Kinney, California Strategies
Andrew Acosta, Acosta Consulting
Sheri Sadler, Sadler Strategic Media
Ned Wigglesworth, Redwood Pacific
Carol Dahmen, Comcast Spotlight
Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio

More speakers will be added as they confirm.

Immediately following the Post-Mortem conference will be a Welcome Reception for new legislators.The reception is free to all conference attendees. The reception will mark the first time California’s new Legislature will be convening for an event and promises to be a momentous occasion for attendees.

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