State Government Affairs: Midterm Elections and Policy Prospects
June 14, 2022 | 2:00 – 3:15 PM ET
Register to learn how a divided Congress will impact state policy priorities.
History shows that the party of the president often fares worse in the midterm elections. In this year’s midterms, Republicans need to net five seats to take control of the House – where elections will also be shaped by redistricting based on the 2020 Census – and only one seat for control of the Senate.
What would a divided Congress mean for state policy priorities?
Register now for an election outlook and conversation on the impacts to state government affairs professionals with Bloomberg Government’s election news team and industry experts.
This on-demand discussion, in partnership with the State Government Affairs Council, covers:
- Key races to watch
- Policy implications and prospects for key issues
- State legislative priorities for the coming year