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Post-Election Conference

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Overview of the Program

The Dole Institute hosts a comprehensive biennial Post-Election Conference following each national election. It’s a fascinating two-day discussion on how and why elections are won and lost. A goal of Bill Lacy’s since he joined the Dole Institute in 2004, the Post-Election Conference first commenced in December 2006 and includes state and national strategists, pollsters, journalists and campaign officials.

Post-Election Conference Archive

2016 Post Election Conference
The Dole Institute’s nationally recognized post-election conference will return this December to analyze one of the most fascinating and polarizing elections in U.S. history. Panelists from multiple campaigns, pollsters and journalists will come together to interact and reveal key insights behind this year’s election.

Thursday, Dec. 8
Democratic Session: 2:30 – 4 p.m.
Republican Session: 4:30 – 6 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 9
Session I: 9 a.m. – Noon
Session II: 1 – 3 p.m.

National Panel:

  • Alex Burns, Political Correspondent, The New York Times
  • Jai Chabria, Senior Advisor, Kasich campaign
  • Alan Cobb, Senior Advisor and Director of Coalitions, Trump campaign
  • Michael Glassner, Deputy Campaign Manager, Trump campaign
  • Todd Harris, Senior Advisor, Rubio campaign
  • Caitlin Huey-Burns, National Political Reporter, RealClearPolitics
  • Sarah Isgur Flores, Deputy Campaign Manager, Fiorina campaign
  • Sasha Issenberg, Contributor, Bloomberg Politics; Washington Correspondent, Monocle
  • M.J. Lee, National Political Reporter, CNN
  • Marlon Marshall, Director of State Campaigns and Political Engagement, Clinton campaign
  • John McLaughlin, Pollster, Trump campaign
  • Mary Meyn, Director of Research, Edison Research
  • Colleen McCain Nelson, White House Correspondent, The Wall Street Journal
  • Jennifer Palmieri, Director of Communications, Clinton campaign
  • Christina Reynolds, Deputy Communications Director, Clinton campaign
  • Jeff Roe, Campaign Manager, Cruz campaign
  • Symone Sanders, National Press Secretary, Sanders campaign
  • Luke Thompson, Special Advisor and Chief Empiricist, Right to Rise (Jeb Bush Super PAC)

2016 Kansas Elections Conference

Wednesday, Nov. 30 
3 p.m.

Kansas Panel:

  • Clay Barker, executive director, Kansas GOP
  • Bob Beatty, professor of political science, Washburn University
  • Ann Gardner, former editorial page editor, Lawrence Journal-World
  • John Hanna, Topeka Bureau chief, Associated Press
  • Dave Helling, reporter, the Kansas City Star
  • Jeff King, Kansas state senator (R), District 15
  • Annie Kuether, Kansas state representative (D), District 55
  • Burdett Loomis, professor of political science, KU
  • Patrick Miller, assistant professor of political science, KU
  • Jason Probst, opinion editor, Hutchinson News
  • Joan Wagnon, former chair, Kansas Democratic Party

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