Midterm Election Results: What Happened and Why?
- November 29, 2018
- Nov. 29th, 2018
- VIP Reception and Dinner: $100 Conversation Only: $25
The nation has just voted in the midterm elections. The ballots are in and the winners declared. Now, let’s take a deeper dive into what happened, why it happened and what does that mean for you?
This Midterm Election Results: What Happened and Why? community conversation will focus on large trends nationally and the impacts here in Tampa Bay. Speakers include:
- John Harwood, Chief Washington Correspondent, CNBC
- Amy Walter, National Editor, The Cook Report and Former Political Director, ABC News
- Adam Smith, Political Editor, Tampa Bay Times
The conversation will be moderated by Neil Brown, president of the Poynter Institute and former editor-in-chief at the Tampa Bay Times.
Join Poynter for a nonpartisan, analytical and exciting discussion about the winners and losers in the midterm election, how the results will change life locally and what our politics say about our society.
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Thursday, November 29
5:30 p.m.— VIP Reception and Dinner
7:30 p.m. — Community Conversation
VIP Reception and Dinner: $100 per person
Conversation Only: $25 per person
This community conversation is part of the Poynter's annual speaker series. Join us for the dinner and conversation for $100, or attend only the conversation for $25. All tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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