In many ways, campaign 2020 mirrors 2016. Instead of 17 Republican presidential candidates traipsing across Iowa and New Hampshire, there will likely be a huge number of Democratic presidential candidates holding rallies, town halls, and retails stops in Des Moines and Davenport, and Manchester and Merrimack. While a political newcomer emerged from the crowded Republican primary in 2016, what will happen with the Democrats?
GU Politics is pleased to present Terry Sullivan (former campaign manager for Marco Rubio); Sarah Morgan (former political director of the NRSC); Tim Lim (former consultant with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama); and Jason Bresler: Political Director, DCCC (2018 Cycle) in a panel discussion “Campaign 2020: Lessons from 2016.”
Thursday, February 7th, 2019