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Friday December 2
5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
K&L Gates
1601 K Street NW, 9th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20006

The 2022 Midterms election results surprised many. With high inflation and a 42% POTUS approval, a large congressional seat loss for the president's party was expected. Why did Republicans underperform expectations? What are the chances for bipartisanship in 2023? What specific policies can we expect in the lame duck period? These are the questions our panelists will explore.

You are invited to join the Washington Program for a panel discussion on "The 2022 Midterm Elections: Key Issues and National Implication." Hear from esteemed experts on the results of the elections, and the implications as we move forward into 2023. You can learn more about the panelists and the moderator below. Refreshments will be offered before the program, starting at 5:30 p.m.


Panelist include John C. Fortier, senior fellow at American Enterprise Institute; Jessica Floyd, president of American Bridge; and John J. Pitney, Jr., Roy Crocker Professor of American Politics at CMC. The panel will be moderated by Matt Glassman, professor of government for the Washington Program and senior fellow at the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University.

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