Campaign 2016: Making your issue part of the debate – or getting yourself o...

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**Please Note: Due to inclement weather, this event is postponed until February 10th. All other details will remain the same.**

Campaign 2016: Making your issue part of the debate – or getting yourself out of the spotlight

The 2016 presidential election is shaping up to be like none we have ever seen. According to POLITICO, the 20+ million viewership achieved by the August and September GOP debates rival numbers for the NFL – and blow past most other TV entertainment.

With all eyes on the campaign, the opportunity to raise awareness of your issue is enormous – but so is the risk of being dragged into the debate against your will.

Join FleishmanHillard, DDC and the Public Affairs Council on February 10th and hear from two veteran campaign insiders about how candidates choose issues for their platforms, what gets their attention, and how to engage if you’d rather not be the center of attention.

Featuring Kris Balderston, General Manager of FleishmanHillard Washington, D.C. Office and Sara Fagen, Partner at DDC Public Affairs. Moderated by Doug Pinkham, President of the Public Affairs Council.


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