CalChamber to Offer Post-Election Webinar

The California Chamber of Commerce will be presenting its first Post-Election Webinar on Tuesday, November 17.

Planned for the opening segment of the two-hour webinar starting at 10 a.m. is the presentation of the CalChamber’s Sixth Annual People’s Voice Survey.

This post-election survey is designed to offer insights on California voters’ priorities and attitudes on a variety of issues. Pollsters Robert Green, Pierrepont Consulting and Analytics, LLC, and Adam Rosenblatt, Core Decision Analytics, will present their findings live from Washington D.C.

The second panel will feature election experts providing a review of the 2020 elections. The panelists will be Christy Wilson, Wilson Public Affairs; Andrew Acosta, Acosta Consulting; Bob Giroux, Lang, Hansen, Giroux & Associates; and Ned Wigglesworth, Spectrum Campaigns.

The panelists will come equipped with their pundit briefing books and will be prepared to talk about the winners and losers from this past election season, covering topics ranging from the ballot measures to legislative and congressional races.

The brief presentations for both webinar segments will leave ample time for presenters to answer audience questions.

The webinar is for CalChamber members only. If you are a member interested in participating, please contact

Major sponsors of the event are Charter Communications and Southern California Edison.

Staff Contact: Martin R. Wilson

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Martin R. Wilson joined the CalChamber in October 2011. He oversees all the CalChamber’s public affairs activities and campaign, including the Public Affairs Council, a political advisory committee made up of the CalChamber’s major members; its candidate recruitment and support program; and its political action committees: ChamberPAC, which supports pro-jobs candidates and legislators, and CalBusPAC, which qualifies, supports and/or opposes ballot initiatives. He also serves as the CalChamber liaison to JobsPAC, an employer-based independent expenditure committee that supports pro-jobs candidates. Wilson has more than 40 years of experience in California politics, playing leadership roles in the election and re-election of two governors and a U.S. senator. He also has orchestrated numerous successful ballot measure campaigns, and has served in government as a senior staff member at the local, state and federal levels. He graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. in history.