Political Analytics Conference – Friday, November 16, 2018
Political analyses are as important as ever, yet the national conversation about politics leaves much to be desired. Now in its third year, the Political Analytics Conference is a one-day conference that aims to enrich the discussion by putting top minds from media, politics, and academia in conversation with one another. We play host to an exciting dialogue and debate about the growing role of data and analytics in determining the winners and losers in politics.
This year’s conference was planned to allow timely analysis of the mid-term elections, with a special focus on the battles over redistricting playing out across the country. Leading the conference program is Nate Silver (FiveThirtyEight), who has changed the way Americans think and talk about elections. Other participants include Nate Cohn (New York Times), Ariel Edwards-Levy (Huffington Post), and Lynn Vavreck(UCLA), and many more.
See website for more information about the conference and to register. Admission is free and open to the public, but seats are extremely limited. We will notify registrants we are able to accommodate at least two weeks prior to the conference.
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