A POST-MORTEM OF THE ELECTION, NOVEMBER 10, 2022
A POST-MORTEM OF THE 2022 ELECTION
Thursday, November 10, 2022
Join Capitol Weekly for an exciting, unique and informative overview of the upcoming November election, providing analysis, opinions and insight. What happened? Why? What happens next? A score of experts and insiders will discuss the results of the election and provide a look-ahead at what it means for 2023 – and beyond.
This event was hosted on ZOOM from 9AM – 2:00PM, Thursday, November 10. To view a program booklet with speakers’ bios and more, click here.
To find podcasts of each panel, click here.
Panel 1: California Races – The rundown on key California races – the battles for the constitutional offices, Congress and the Legislature, and major local elections, including the LA mayoral race. Any surprises? The impacts of the newly drawn districts?
Panelists: Sean Clegg, Bearstar Strategies; Marva Diaz, Marva Diaz Strategies; Robb Korinke, GrassrootsLab; Paul Mitchell, Political Data Inc.
Moderated by Seema Mehta, Los Angeles Times
Panel 2: The Ballot Propositions – California voters confronted unprecedented campaign spending, even by California standards, and an array of familiar themes – tax the rich, gambling, abortion rights and the environment, to name just a few. But at the end of the day, what has really changed?
Brandon Castillo, Bicker Castillo and Fairbanks; Teri Holoman, California Teachers Association; Steve Maviglio, Forza Communications; Sheri Sadler, Sadler Strategic Media
Moderated by Nicole Nixon, Capitol Public Radio
Keynote: Mike Madrid interviewed by John Howard, Capitol Weekly.
Panel 3: A Look Ahead – What happens now? Does Gov. Newsom push ahead with a presidential campaign? What does the Speakership battle portend for Single Payer Healthcare? What’s next in the battle over abortion rights? And what’s with the “Special Session” targeting oil companies – substantive plan or political theater?
Nathan Click, Click Strategies; Jodi Hicks, Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California; Victoria Rome, Natural Resources Defense Council; Rob Stutzman, Stutzman Public Affairs
Moderated by Dan Morain, Author and journalist
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