The 2024 U.S. Elections – A Bipartisan Outlook on Key Issues, Key States, and the Electoral Process

Young DGAP Event
Datum
22 Januar 2024
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The German Council on Foreign Relations’ Young DGAP, in cooperation with the U.S Embassy in Germany and the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy, cordially invites you to this event:

The 2024 U.S. Elections – A Bipartisan Outlook on Key Issues, Key States, and the Electoral Process

Monday, January 22, 2024, 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. (CET)
A small snack will be provided immediately thereafter
DGAP, Rauchstraße 17, 10787 Berlin

On November 5, Election Day, more than 160 million registered voters will head to polls across the United States. They will cast their votes in Congressional, state, and local elections, but, above all, they will choose the next U.S. President who is set to take office in January 2025.

In the run-up to these elections, an accomplished bipartisan duo will provide insights and analyses on Democratic and Republican electoral prospects. Steve Israel and Tom Davis, former Congressmen and, respectively, former chairmen of Democratic and Republican committees, possess unique behind-the-scenes expertise on how Congress operates. They will help explain the electoral process and discuss key states and pivotal issues. They will also comment on the current state of the partisan divide and – from personal experience – point out ways to engage in constructive dialogue across party lines.
In addition, DGAP research fellow Katja Muñoz will discuss online election campaigning and the impact of influencers and AI on the 2024 U.S. elections.

Speakers:
Tom Davis, Republican, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government, served 14 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing the 11th Congressional District of Virginia

Steve Israel, Democrat, Professor of Practice and Director of the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at Cornell University, served 16 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing the state of New York

Katja Muñoz, Research Fellow, Center for Geopolitics, Geoeconomics, and Technology, DGAP

Chair:
Joseph Verbovszky, Young DGAP

Please register here.

After the discussion, we cordially invite you to stay for a small snack during which we can continue to exchange opinions.

For any questions, please contact Sena Staufer (staufer@junge.dgap.org), Joseph Verbovszky (verbovszky@junge.dgap.org), and/or Marcel Bazalinski (bazalinski@dgap.org).

Best regards,
Young DGAP, Berlin Team