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The Elections: What Happened?

Bipartisan Policy Center
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The 2018 midterm election is a battle for control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate. The outcome of the vote will dictate the realm of the possible on policy questions across the federal government. In the states, 36 governorships and state houses are being contested in this vital cycle before redistricting in 2021 that will largely set the districts in which Americans vote for the next decade. In this era of the permanent campaign, the end of the 2018 midterm campaign cycle also means the official start of the 2020 presidential election.

Join BPC days after the election as we analyze the election results and what they mean for the country’s political future.


Nathan Gonzales
Editor and Publisher, Inside Elections

Anna Greenberg
Managing Partner, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research

Mark S. Mellman
President and CEO, The Mellman Group

Henry Olsen
Senior Fellow, Ethics & Public Policy Center

Moderated by:

John Fortier
Director of the Democracy Project, BPC

Additional participants to be announced.

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