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Immigration and the 2020 Election

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Bipartisan Policy Center
1225 Eye Street NW
Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20005
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It is evident from the Democratic presidential debates, President Trump’s continued focus on the issue, media coverage, and national discourse that immigration will play a key role in the 2020 election. On September 27, see the results of a new survey, conducted for BPC by Morning Consult, on what the American public will be prioritizing on immigration when they head to the polls, and more importantly, whether there is an appetite for bipartisanship on the issue. Then, a panel of political and policy experts from both sides of the aisle will break down what it all means for the candidates and the future of immigration reform.


Featuring:

Casey Christine Higgins
Fellow, BPC; Former Assistant to the Speaker for Policy for Speaker Paul Ryan

Kevin Madden
Executive Vice President, Arnold Ventures; 2012 Romney Campaign Spokesperson

Tyler Moran
Executive Director, The Immigration Hub; Former Senior Policy Advisor to Democratic Leader Harry Reid

Stephanie Valencia
Co-Founder, EquisLabs; Former Deputy Director, White House Office of Public Engagement, Obama

Moderated by:

Priscilla Alvarez
Reporter, CNN Politics

Additional speakers to be announced

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