The best program at the Dole Institute of Politics?
It runs Thursday and Friday this week, points out Bill Lacy, institute director.
Lacy is talking about the institute’s Post-Election Conference that takes aim at what really happened during this year’s wacky election season.
“Our panels are unique in that they create the opportunity for campaign practitioners, journalists and pollsters to interact and discuss topics together,” Lacy said in a statement. “The give-and-take between these individuals frequently brings about outstanding insights.”
The sessions at the institute, located on the KU campus, are free and open to the public.
Democratic Primary Session: 2:30 – 4 p.m.
Republican Primary Session: 4:30 – 6 p.m.
General Election Session I: 9 a.m. – noon
General Election Session II: 1 – 3 p.m.
Alex Burns, Political Correspondent, The New York Times
Jai Chabria, Senior Adviser, Kasich campaign
Alan Cobb, Senior Adviser and Director of Coalitions, Trump campaign
Michael Glassner, Deputy Campaign Manager, Trump campaign
Todd Harris, Senior Adviser, 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, and incoming editor of The Kansas City Star editorial page
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 Adviser and Chief Empiricist, Right to Rise (Jeb Bush Super PAC)
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