PRSA Chicago – October Political Panel

4 Oct

 

PRSA Chicago October   
Wow, last night was an exciting presidential debate and I‘m looking forward the continuing discussions – and maybe some arguments – as the season heats up! Locally I am pleased to share with you an event organized by Chicago PR executives David Rudd and Glenn Eden with an all-star line-up of Chicago political leaders.

On October 16 – the day of the next presidential debate – PRSA Chicago teams with Weber Shandwick and The Axis Agency to fire up a discussion with political experts who will offer their perspectives on the changing face of voter opinion.    

Our panel includes:

Laura Washington, Sun-Times columnist and ABC-7 Chicago political analyst


Ann Liston, Political strategist


Chris Robling, Principal, Jayne Thompson & Associates


Alderman Proco Joe Moreno, 1st Ward, Chicago

Moderated by Armando Azarloza, President, The Axis Agency

 Topics:

Issues to be discussed and debated include social, political, economic, and cultural trends affecting voters during the 2012 election, including:

– How candidates battle for top-of-mind messages

- How social media has changed the topic of discussion for voters

– How candidates compete for attention from a diverse population

– Variables that have shaped the race for the White House
– How voters view the election from an online perspective

Click here to register!

When: Tuesday, October 16,
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Where: Maggiano’s Little Italy, 516 North Clark Street, Chicago
Event Registration:
Member, $37.00/Non-Member, $45.00/Student, $37.00

Thank you Weber Shandwick and The Axis Agency for their organization of the event.

 


 

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