Stuart Rothenberg, Editor and Publisher of The Rothenberg Political Report and columnist for Roll Call, will share his analysis of the political landscape at the Morning Program Session during the American Bakers Association’s Executive Leadership Development Committee (ELDC) Public Policy Forum on September 19 in Washington, D.C.
“Hearing from Stu is not only captivating, but you are guaranteed to get the most current insider views on a range of issues,” said Kelly Knowles, ABA Senior Director of Political Affairs and ELDC Staff Liaison. “The Forum attendees will walk away with a stronger knowledge of the current political environment and its implications.”
As one of the most popular political analysts, Mr. Rothenberg’s 2014 Election Outlook presentation will be an insightful and humorous discussion of the upcoming elections, the issues facing decision makers on Capitol Hill, and the nature of politics itself.
Mr. Rothenberg embodies the rare ability to report on all the political happenings in the nation with unbiased clarity and non-partisan precision. His publication, The Rothenberg Political Report, is a semi-monthly newsletter that provides honest reporting and clear-eyed analysis of American elections and their potential ramifications. In addition to commentary that has been featured in newspapers throughout the country, Mr. Rothenberg also writes a column in Capitol Hill’s Roll Call. His political expertise has made him a frequent guest on the network television news circuit, where he has appeared on NBC’s Meet the Press and TODAY, ABC’s This Week and Nightline, and The McLaughlin Group.
ELDC is dedicated to developing the future leadership of the wholesale baking industry and the American Bakers Association. The annual Public Policy Forum, September 17-19, 2014, in Washington, D.C., features industry leadership speakers, Capitol Hill lobbying visits with members of Congress, professional development training, industry trends and education, ample networking and much more. Registration is now open! More information may be found at www.americanbakers.org