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EVENT: MAKING SENSE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL 2016
We will welcome former Congressman Mark Kennedy and pollster John McLaughlin to discuss the current state of affairs in the US election and how to make sense of it. We will have a reception to allow attendees to discuss the issue and time to ask questions to the speakers about how the election and other issues affects those overseas.
Guest speakers (via Skype):
Former Congressman Mark Kennedy (R-MN) – President-elect of the University of North Dakota and currently leads George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management; Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Chairman of the Economic Club of Minnesota; author of the upcoming book “Engaging to Win – When to Collaborate, When to Compete, How to Succeed at Both”; Kennedy‘s record of collaboration includes partnering as a Republican Congressman with 20 Democrats to lead legislation, more than half the Democrats in the U.S. House co-sponsored and nearly all voted for legislation he introduced.
John McLaughlin, pollster – CEO and partner at McLaughlin& Associates; John has worked professionally as a strategic consultant and pollster for over 30 years. During this time he has earned a reputation for helping some of America’s most successful corporations and winning some of the toughest elections in the nation. His political clients have included former Presidential candidates Steve Forbes and Fred Thompson, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and 22 current and former U.S. Senators and 20 current Republican members of Congress. Internationally, John has done work in Israel for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, The Conservative Party in the United Kingdom and for Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada.
All proceeds raised from the event on the 13th will go directly to funding the development of our new overseas voter registration platform which will allow Americans living overseas to register to vote with ease.
1 March 2016 – AVI launches at Oxford University’s Rothermere American Institute
AVI is proud to launch at the Rothermere American Institute as our Chairman, Stacy Hilliard, participated in a Super Tuesday roundtable discussion on American voters overseas, in support of their report: America’s Overseas Voters: How they could decide the US Presidency in 2016
Paid for by American Voices International (AVI) PAC (FEC Committee Number: C00608711) and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.