On the morning after the election, National Journal's team of political and policy experts - joined by special guests - will host "The Day After," the first comprehensive look at the 2012 election results, and what they mean for the White House, Congress, Washington, and the nation.
National Journal LIVE's "The Day After" conference will take place on Wednesday, November 7th, from 7:30am to 2:10pm at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. It can also be watched via livestream at http://nationaljournal.com.
NOTE: THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT for the general audience. However, credentialed media may request passes from Rachel Alben at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference will feature National Journal experts, including Caren Bohan, Ron Brownstein, Charlie Cook, Matthew Cooper, Jack Farrell, Ron Fournier, Chris Frates, Major Garrett, Jill Lawrence, Beth Reinhard, and Reid Wilson, taking a 360-degree look at the results from election night and what the implications will be across politics and policy.
Special guests include former members of Congress and the executive branch, as well as economists, pollsters, strategists, and executives from some of Washington's top public affairs firms.
November 7th, 7:30am - 2:10pm
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.
Livestream - http://nationaljournal.com
7:30 AM – 8:00 AM: Registration
8:10 AM – 9:40 AM:
About Last Night: Analysis of Key Election Results from the Hottest Races Across the Country
Analysis of exit poll data, trends, battleground states, and demographics by National Journal’s leading political journalists followed by a breakdown of election results, including who won and lost, the big surprises of the evening and the races that are still too close to call.
Jill Lawrence, Managing Editor, Politics, National Journal
Reid Wilson, Editor-in-Chief, National Journal Hotline
Beth Reinhard, Political Correspondent, National Journal
Ron Fournier, Editor-in-Chief, National Journal
Major Garrett, White House Correspondent, National Journal
John A. Farrell, Congressional Correspondent, National Journal
9:40 AM – 10:30 AM
Lame Duck Preview: Likely Election Consequences for the Looming Fiscal Cliff
The six weeks following November’s general election will mark one of the most daunting and significant lame-duck periods in legislative history. This session will explore how the 2012 election results will likely impact the lame-duck session and a range of public policy issues moving forward.
Caren Bohan, Managing Editor, Domestic Policy, National Journal
Matthew Cooper, Editor, National Journal Daily
The Honorable Bob Bennett
The Honorable Dick Gephardt