Join us for a breakfast briefing Wednesday, November 3rd, at 9:00 a.m. to discuss an assessment of the Mid-Terms, the Presidency, the Congress and what is next for America. ***Note that RSVP is required to attend***
Washington, D.C.–The outcome of the mid-term elections on November 2nd will shape the political and policy climate in the United States through the critical period ahead of the next presidential election. Key questions remain about the extent of Republican gains and whether the emergence of the hard right Tea Party faction is a positive or a negative for the GOP on election day and beyond. Join experts from the Center for American Progress Action Fund to discuss what Washington looks like in the new year and how that will impact US efforts to generate global economic growth, wind down two wars, fight international terrorism, and arrest climate change. The briefing will address demographic shifts and how the new make up of Congress will affect the Obama administration’s domestic agenda and global policymaking in 2011 and 2012.
Jennifer Palmieri, President, Center for American Progress Action Fund
Matt Browne, Fellow, Center for American Progress Action Fund
Ruy Teixeira, Joint Fellow, Center for American Progress Action Fund
Ken Gude, Managing Director of the National Security and International Policy Program, Center for American Progress Action Fund
Anna Soellner, Vice President for Communications, Center for American Progress Action Fund
What: A Press breakfast to discuss the mid-term elections, the Presidency, the Congress, and what’s next for America.
When: Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010, 9:00 a.m.
Center for American Progress Action Fund, 11th Floor
Conference room 11 Large
1333 H St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20036
***Note: RSVP is required***
To RSVP, please contact Laura Pereyra at 202.741.6258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.