2008 Congressional Elections
Amy Walter moderated a bipartisan discussion on the issues and expectations facing the 2008 House and Senate candidates. Topics… read more
Amy Walter moderated a bipartisan discussion on the issues and expectations facing the 2008 House and Senate candidates. Topics included subjects that candidates should talk about or avoid, how the perception of being associated with Senators McCain or Obama might affect candidates, and the influence of younger voters. Following the discussion, panel members responded to questions from the audience.
“An Insider’s Look at the Battle for Congress” was held at the Columbus Club at Union Station in Washington, D.C. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Lapp, John Political Consultant Democratic Party
- Sullivan, John Fox Publisher & CEO National Journal Group
- Walter, Amy Editor-in-Chief Hotline, The
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