Experts discuss “Campaigns and Legislation: Applying Lessons from the 2012 Campaign Cycle to the 113th Congress” at the Georgetown University Law Center on Friday.
The first panel titled, "The Campaign Operatives” talks about the campaign strategies, tools and technologies they’ve used while working for their organizations and how they apply lessons learned from the campaign cycle to the 113th Congress.
Particpants include: Anne Caprara, deputy political director of the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee; Marlon Marshall, deputy national field director of Obama for America; John Rogers, deputy political director of the National Republican Campaign Committee; and Andy Stone, communications director of the The House Majority PAC.
A second panel titled, "The Interest Groups” discusses how the groups will alter their lobbying, legislation and political strategies based on lessons learned in Campaign 2012.
Dakota Rudesill, visiting professor and interim director of the Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic at Georgetown Law, moderates both panels.
This event is sponsored by the Center on Congressional Studies at Georgetown Law, the Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic and the Georgetown Law Project on Law & Politics.