The 2018 midterm Congressional elections are expected to have a significant impact on politics and policy for the next two years. Voter turnout is expected to be higher than usual, and with the spate of resignations in the current Congress, the elections are guaranteed to produce a significantly different Congress with new policy priorities. Listen as NACE staff and industry experts outline how these changes could affect NACE.
Edwin Koc, Director of Research, Public Policy, and Legislative Affairs, NACE, Samuel Ratcliffe, Retired Director, Career Services, Virginia Military Institute, and Alanna Suda, Vice President, Government and Public Affairs, MWWPR
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