On Demand: Planning and the Elections: A Breakdown of Election Results and Look Ahead to the Lame Duck
Tuesday, December 6, 2016, midnight
Monday, December 31, 2018, midnight CST
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A recording of the December 1, 2016, webinar "Planning and the Elections: A Breakdown of Election Results and Look Ahead to the Lame Duck."
Listen to a discussion of planning issues in the 2016-17 lame duck session of Congress, including final funding issues. Topics include:
- Implications of the 2016 election results for planners
- Analysis of the next Congress
- Review of key ballot measure races and state legislative races
- Ideas for local advocacy during the transition
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Emily Pasi is the Outreach and Communications Manager at the American Planning Association.
Stephanie D. Vance, also known as the “Advocacy Guru”, is the author of five books including Citizens in Action: A Guide to Influencing Government and the recently released The Influence Game. More information on her books is available on our books page. She’s a 25 year veteran of Washington, D.C. political scene and has held positions as a lobbyist, grassroots consultant and Congressional aide. Stephanie’s experiences as a legislative director and Chief of Staff on Capitol Hill led her to found Advocacy Associates, a firm dedicated to helping individuals and organizations be both heard and agreed with in the legislative environment. To achieve that goal she provides in-person and online trainings for thousands of advocates around the world. Ms. Vance holds a Master’s Degree in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University and a Master’s Degree in Liberal Studies at Georgetown University. She lives and works in Washington D.C..
Jeffrey Bates, APA’s State Government Affairs Associate. Working out of our Washington office, Jeff will focus on helping APA chapters and members address state-level planning legislation and regulations. Jeff, who has a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College and a master’s in public policy from George Mason University, previously worked for the National Governors Association.