A Post-Mortem of the Election – November 10, 2016
Join Capitol Weekly, UC Center, McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy and Leadership California Institute on Thursday, November 10 in Sacramento for A Post-Mortem of the 2016 Election.
This program promises to be an exciting, unique and informative overview of the November elections providing analysis, opinions and insight. What happened? Why? What happens next?
Over two dozen experts and insiders will discuss the results of the election and provide a look-ahead at what it means for 2017 – and beyond.
8:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. Check in, coffee
9 a.m. – 9: 15 a.m.
Welcoming remarks Tim Foster, Open California
Rob Gunnison, Open California
9:20 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Panel 1 The Media
Polling, Prognostication and the Pundits
Moderator: Seema Mehta, Los Angeles Times
Jonathan Brown, Sextant Strategies; Mark DiCamillo, Field Poll; Rose Kapolczynski, Rose Kapolczynski Consulting; Debra Saunders, San Francisco Chronicle
10:45 am. – 11:55 a.m. Panel 2 The Legislature and Congress
Coattails, the Parties and Demographics
Moderator: Jim Miller, Sacramento Bee
Cynthia Bryant, California Republican Party; Lisa Gasperoni, LG Campaigns; Parke Skelton, SG&A Campaigns; Rob Stutzman, Stutzman Public Affairs
Keynote: Governor Gray Davis in conversation with Amy Chance, Sacramento Bee Introduced by John Howard, Capitol Weekly
12:55 p.m. – 2:05 p.m. Panel 3 The Ballot Propositions
Direct Democracy and the Price Tag
Moderator: Jessica Calefati, CALmatters
Andrew Acosta, Acosta Consulting; Carol Dahmen-Eckery, Comcast Spotlight; Jason Kinney, Yes on Proposition 64; Mary-Beth Moylan, McGeorge School of Law; Kassy Perry, Perry Communications Group
2:15 p.m. – 3:25 p.m Panel 4 The Lookahead
Where are we and what happens now?
Moderator: Anthony York, Grizzly Bear Media
Assemblyman Matthew Harper; Kim Alexander, California Voter Foundation; Eric Bauman, California Democratic Party; Sean Clegg, SCN Strategies; Mindy Romero, California Civic Engagement Project;
Steve Hansen, McGeorge Capital Center for Law and Policy
3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Members of the audience and panel participants are invited to attend the reception with newly elected officials.
Immediately following the Post-Mortem conference will be a Welcome Reception for new legislators. The reception is free to all conference attendees. The reception will mark the first time California’s new Legislature will be convening for an event and promises to be a momentous occasion for attendees.
The 2016 Election Post-Mortem Conference will be held in Sacramento on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, from 9AM to 3:30PM at 1123 J Street, with reception immediately following at the same address.
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