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Stuart Rothenberg Speaks At NASF Washington Forum

Rothenberg is editor and publisher of the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report, and political columnist for Roll Call
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NASF will host Stuart Rothenberg, one of the nation's most popular political analysts, as the 2016 Washington Forum luncheon keynote speaker.

 

Rothenberg, who is the Founding Editor and Publisher of the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report and political columnist for Roll Call, will give attendees insightful commentary on election results, the issues facing decision makers on Capitol Hill, and the nature of politics itself.

 

His lectures are as up-to-date as today's newspaper, and he'll present his insider views on hotly debated issues and how the future of politics is being shaped by our nation's current newsmakers.

 

Read more here.

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