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How the Pandemic Really Changed Us, Six (Other) Senate Races To Watch
When the pandemic was first upon us, many experts thought that there would be a rallying around science and medical experts and that we might finally break out of a pattern of polarization. Nearly two years later, the reality is very different. Read on for how we begin to reset.
It’s not all about Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania in November. Nathan Gonzales dissects the six other races that will “open windows into political dynamics playing out around the country.”
Business PACS are finding their footing again two years after the pandemic lockdowns and a year after the Jan. 6 attempted insurrection. Learn about changes PACs are making to their giving practices, and other findings from the new PAC Benchmarking Reports.
While it might feel like consensus and compromise are relics of the past, long-term policymaking often happens in the middle. Advocacy experts explain why the narrowing center is still a lobbyist’s best bet.
The relationship between business, the public and America’s two major political parties is changing. Council President Doug Pinkham looks at how Democratic voters are becoming more pro-business than many Republicans.
It’s been nearly a year since the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. Nathan Gonzales predicts that Republicans will likely test the electoral process once again, and corporations and associations will have to decide how far is too far.
New report from the Public Affairs Council shows corporate and association PACs consider character, ethics of lawmakers.
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