Conversation with Charlie Cook

Join a special conversation for JAC members with
Charlie Cook
Leading political analyst and founder of The Cook Report
Charlie Cook is widely considered on of the nation's leading authorities on U.S. elections and politcal trends. He founded the independent, non-partisan Cook Report in 1984, serving as Editor & Publisher until August, 2021. He also writes a weekly column for the National Journal and serves as a political analyst for both National Journal and NBC news. Called the 'Picasso of election Analysis' by Al Hunt of the Wall Street Journal, we are honored to have Charlie join us for this special event to discuss the 2022 midterms, trends, and analysis.
Wednesday, February 9
3:30 pm ET | 2:30 pm CT | 12:30 pm PT

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Wednesday, February 9, 2022 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm
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Highland Park, IL 60035
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