November 12, 2008
The University of Virginia Center for Politics will host a conference next Friday November 21, analyzing the 2008 election.
Party insiders, leading journalists, and political pundits will gather to examine the impact of the 2008 presidential, senatorial, and congressional election results.
The 10th annual American Democracy Conference will take place in the University of Virginia's Alumni Hall, located at 211 Emmet Street, South, in Charlottesville, Va.
Professor Larry J. Sabato will offer welcoming remarks at 9 a.m.
The American Democracy Conference will feature well-known political analysts, journalists, and academics including Terry McAuliffe, former DNC Chairman, Politico.com's Jonathan Martin, and Congressman Tom Davis (R-Virginia) among others.
The University of Virginia Center for Politics will host this year's conference in coordination with CQ Politics, an online political journal and news source. The event is free and open to the public
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