The US Presidential Election: Where Are We Now and What To Watch
Hosted by AmCham
Politics with Steve Okun
How the Democratic Primary is Shaping Up and What To Watch for in the Presidential Election
Normally following Super Tuesday, when more delegates to the presidential nominating conventions can be won on than on any other single day, the presidential nominees are usually easily predicted. But will this be the case in 2020? If so, how was the Democratic nomination decided? If no, what's going to happen next? Could the Democratic nominee only be decided at their national convention in July?
And where do we stand for the 2020 campaign? What is Donald Trump's path to re-election? What impact will the phase one trade agreement between the US and China have on the election? What about impeachment?
Following this year's Super Tuesday, Steve Okun returns for his bi-annual (and three-times running sold out) presentation and interactive discussion on the state of US politics.
AAS members $25: Please register on the AAS website.
AmCham members $25: Please register via this link.
Walkins and non-members - $35
8:15pm: Q&A with interactive discussion
9:00pm: End of evening discussion / Networking
Questions? Please contact the AAS office at 6738 0371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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