At this First Friday Breakfast on Nov. 11, 2016, a panel of election experts, pundits and analysts presented a fair and balanced assessment of what happened and why. Just who and what did we vote for? What does it mean?
* Dr. Dennis Johnson, SPA lecturer, author of numerous books on American politics, former Associate Dean and Professor at George Washington University’s unique Graduate School of Political Management
* Eric Sondermann, independent political analyst and pundit, Colorado Inside Out commentator (Channel 12), founder and former CEO of SE2
* Sean Walsh, President of Sean Walsh Consulting, political and issues consultant
* Tyler Chaffee, Senior Vice President, Strategies 360, political and issues consultant
The panel was moderated by Dean Paul Teske, CU Denver School of Public Affairs.
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