Presumed Gloatfest for Conservative Journos

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By Betsy Rothstein Comment

The Weekly Standard and Washington Examiner are scheduled to hold a post-election panel in which political editors and writers will analyze midterm election results and the new political landscape.

Event organizers are presuming that come election day Republicans will take control of the House. The release states, “the Washington Examiner’s senior political and congressional reporters, along with The Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes will analyze the 2010 election results and look ahead to how President Obama will deal with a likely Republican-controlled House, what Tea Party candidates will do in Congress, and how the results will shape the GOP presidential field for 2012.”

The Panel

Bill Kristol (moderator), Editor, The Weekly Standard
Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst, Washington Examiner
Byron York, Chief Political Columnist, Washington Examiner
Susan Ferrechio, Chief Congressional Correspondent, Washington Examiner
Fred Barnes, Executive Editor, The Weekly Standard

When/Where

Friday, Nov. 5 at 11:30 a.m. at the National Press Club, 529, 14th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20045

More information: Contact Dan Wilson at dwilson@sbpublicaffairs.com.