Saturday, November 26, 2022

CalChamber Board Takes Closer Look at Campaigns Across Nation

Michael E. Murphy, senior partner, Revolution Agency, offers listeners at the CalChamber Board of Directors dinner on September 6 a wide-ranging and entertaining look at election results and predictions. He says 2019 “is going to be a major year in Democratic and Republican politics because both parties are going to have to figure out who they are.”
At the CalChamber Board meeting on September 7, House Editor David Wasserman, The Cook Political Report, shares his analyses of U.S. House of Representative races across the nation, including the California congressional battleground seats that could make a difference in which party controls the House.
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