Just hours after televisions turn off and computers shut down in Washington and across the country, National Journal will convene for “The Day After” midterms conference bright and early at 8:30 am on Wednesday, November 5th.
The four part event will feature three panels and a concluding conversation with National Journal political analyst and editor and publisher of The Cook Political Report Charlie Cook.
The morning will feature panels led by NJ senior political columnist and editorial director Ron Fournier, Washington editor Ben Pershing, and senior writer Michelle Cottle, to include former Senators Bob Bennett and Olympia Snowe; former Representatives Bud Cramer, Martin Frost, and Steve LaTourette; Whit Ayres, president, North Star Opinion Research; Jeffrey Forbes, founding partner, Forbes Tate; Celinda Lake, president, Lake Research Partners; Bill Pierce, SVP, APCO Worldwide; Heather Podesta, founder and president, Heather Podesta + Partners; and Ed Rogers, chairman, BGR.
The morning starts at 8:30 am and lasts until 11:30 am at the Ronald Reagan Building’s Atrium Hall. A full agenda can be found here. And it will be live streamed here. Media interesting in covering should make the ask to NJ’s comms director Jeff Cartwright at email@example.com.
The event is underwritten by the American Society of Anesthesiologists and United Technologies Corporation.