Prediction time: election forecasters to speak at capitol conference.
Charlie Cook and Stuart Rothenberg, two of the nation's top political analysts, will kick off the 2014 NM Capitol Conference on March 11 by providing unparalleled insight on the 2014 mid-term elections.
Cook is Editor and Publisher of The Cook Political Report and Columnist for the National Journal. When Cook makes a pronouncement based on his analysis of the political scene in America, people who want to be "in the know" sit up and listen. For more than two decades, he has been Washington's most trusted--and most accurate--voice on all things political, whether it's the outcome of a Congressional, gubernatorial or presidential election.
Once deemed "the Picasso of election analysis" by The Wall Street Journal, Cook produces the sharpest political handicapping in the business, serving as the one-man, go-to source for Americans who want to be truly informed.
Cook's expertise has been featured on the ABC, CBS and NBC evening news programs, as well as "Good Morning America," "TODAY," "Nightline," "Meet the Press" and "This Week." He has also been an election night analyst for CNN, CBS and NBC News and for every presidential election since 1994.
For years, Rothenberg has embodied the rare ability to report on all the political happenings in the nation with unbiased clarity and non-partisan precision. The Rothenberg Political Report is a semi-monthly newsletter that provides honest reporting and clear-eyed analysis of American elections and their potential ramifications. Rothenberg captivates audiences with insightful, often humorous discussions about election results, the issues facing decision makers on Capitol Hill and the nature of politics itself. His lectures are as up-to-date as today's newspaper.
In addition to commentary that has been featured in newspapers throughout the country, Rothenberg also writes a column in Capitol Hill's Roll Call twice a week. His political expertise has made him a frequent guest on the network television news circuit, where he has appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" and "TODAY," ABC's "This Week" and "Nightline" and "The McLaughlin Group."
The Capitol Conference will be held on March 11 in Washington, D.C., followed by Lobby Day on Capitol Hill on March 12. (The spring Board of Directors and committee meetings precede the conference on March 9 and 10.)
For the first time, the schedule has been compacted to allow you to only attend what you want--only NM governance activities, only advocacy activities or only the issues briefing and Lobby Day--but don't let that stop you from attending all of them! This is a big change from previous years that should save time and money for conference participants.
The schedule is packed with educational sessions, expert speakers on policy and politics, a briefing on the issues and a new lunchtime event with members of Congress on Lobby Day.
Registration is free and now open at http://capitol-naa.naahq.org.
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|Date:||Feb 1, 2014|
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