Political Strategy and the 2012 Election
The Atlantic “Women of Washington” Series BRIEF SUMMARY: The Atlantic’s ongoing “Women of Washington” series… read more
“Women of Washington” Series
The Atlantic’s ongoing “Women of Washington” series will feature a candid conversation on political strategy and the presidential race with two leading political voices: Sharon Day, co-chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Anita Dunn, former communications director for President Obama. Day and Dunn will be joined by The Atlantic’s Steve Clemons as they discuss these crucial final weeks leading up to Election Day.
This is the third in a series of four “Women of Washington” events The Atlantic will host in 2012. Previous installments have showcased eminent women leaders in Washington, D.C., discussing politics, the economy, and education, among other topics.
ExxonMobil is the presenting underwriter of the program, now in its third year.
Sharon Day, Co-Chairman, Republican National Committee
Anita Dunn, Former Obama White House Communications Director
Steve Clemons, Editor-in-Chief, AtlanticLIVE, and Washington Editor-at-Large, The Atlantic close
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