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The 2020 U.S. Election Outcome – What Does It Mean for Your Business?
Election 2020 in the U.S. is less than a month away! What will the outcome mean for your business?

Join IPC on Wednesday, November 4, the day after Election Day, for a post-election analysis and discussion. Our friends Charlie Black and Scott Pastrick of Prime Policy Group — experienced insiders from the Republican and Democratic sides, respectively — will share their thoughts on:

• Big-picture results;
• What is not yet known; and
• Which issues and leaders are expected to come to the fore.

Bring your questions and join the conversation on Wednesday, November 4 at 2:00 pm Eastern Time/11:00 am Pacific.


Nov 4, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Charlie Black
Chairman @Prime Policy Group
Charles R. Black is Chairman of Prime Policy Group, and was the founder of the firm’s predecessor, BKSH & Associates Worldwide. Charlie is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading public affairs professionals. Serving as a principal legislative and public affairs advisor to several Fortune 500 companies and trade associations, he also leads Prime Policy Group client teams in several public policy disciplines. Charlie played key roles in the presidential campaigns of President Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. He served as the senior political advisor and strategist to Senator John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign. An attorney with more than forty years of experience in government, public affairs, and politics, Charlie has managed the successful elections of several U.S. Senators and Members of Congress.
Scott Pastrick
President & CEO @Prime Policy Group
Scott Pastrick is President and Chief Executive Officer of Prime Policy Group. He is recognized as a leading government, public affairs and political strategist, with more than 35 years of experience in Washington, DC. Scott specializes in the representation of U.S. and multi-national corporations on international and domestic business policy, foreign policy, trade and financial services and communications strategy. Scott began his work in Washington with the Carter Administration as the Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Legislative Affairs. Where he focused on domestic policy issues. Following his position in the Administration, he went on to serve as Staff Director in the U.S. House of Representatives. In 1984 Scott served as the Deputy Finance Director for Vice President Walter Mondale’s campaign for President and Senior Adviser to Vice President Biden during his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Chris Mitchell
Vice President, Global Government Relations @IPC
Chris Mitchell is IPC's vice president of global government relations--where he is responsible for development and implementation of the organization’s global advocacy efforts and public policy agenda with a focus on electronics industry business improvement, environment, health and safety, and defense initiatives. Chris works closely with members of IPC’s Government Relations Steering Committees and with IPC professional staff in Washington, Brussels, and Beijing, representing IPC and the electronics industry before policymakers and identifying opportunities for IPC to demonstrate its leadership in government relations and public policy. Previously, Chris was a director at Prime Policy Group—a leading Washington, D.C., government relations firm—where he represented U.S. and international interests before Congress and the Executive Branch.