Monday, 08 November 2010 09:32
Matalin, Carville Hosts Top Political Strategists For New Orleans Event
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Can the new Congress and the President can effectively work together to tackle the problems facing the nation?  How to measure the mid-term elections?

UPDATE: Congressman Anh "Joseph" Cao and Jefferson Parish President John Young to participate in Summit.

These are the main issues under discussion on Tuesday, November 9, a week after the 2010 midterm elections.  Listen to prominent Republican and Democratic political strategists as the Bipartisan Policy Center heads to New Orleans for its annual Political Summit, Beyond the Ballot: Making Washington Work. The day-long policy conference is co-hosted by Mary Matalin and James Carville.

Here are the strategists and particpants--Click each name for the person's full biography.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whit Ayres
Dan Bartlett
Paul Begala
Steve Case
David Corn
Lanny Davis
Matthew Dowd
Betsy Fischer
Ed Gillespie
Secretary Dan Glickman
Stanley Greenberg
Todd Harris
John Harwood
Walter Isaacson
Secretary Dirk Kempthorne
Kathleen Koch
Joe Lockhart
Jonathan Martin
Mark McKinnon
Catherine "Kiki" McLean
Steve McMahon
Hilary Rosen
Kate Zernike

 

 

 


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