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The day after iNatl Journali looks at results
WASHINGTON (11/3/10)—Four hundred attendees from many walks of Washington, D.C. life are expected to arrive this morning at the National Journal’s analysis of the Nov. 2 mid-term elections, a session co-sponsored by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).
The half-day event, which will be webcast live, will feature National Journal editorial staff for an intensive look the likely impact election results will have on the U.S. Congress, the government’s executive branch, the “K Street” lobbying faction, and the most important policy issues of the day. The conference is designed to include thought-provoking keynote speakers as well as comprehensive analysis from National Journal’s,” Charlie Cook, Ron Fournier, Major Garrett, Sue Davis, Matt Copper, Jason Dick and the Hotline staff. Also in today’s News Now, CUNA takes a credit union-centric look at the elections. Use the resource link below for the National Journal Webcast.
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