Politics Pop-Up hosted by Inside Elections
Join us for a discussion of the 2018 midterm elections led by Nathan Gonzales and Leah Askarinam of Inside Elections.
This discussion will provide an in-depth look at the late-breaking races that will decide which party will be in the majority in the next Congress and what to look for in the final weeks of the 2018 elections.
Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales provides nonpartisan analysis of campaigns for Senate, House, governor and president. It does not endorse candidates.
Nathan Gonzales is Editor & Publisher of Inside Elections, which provides nonpartisan analysis of campaigns for Senate, House, governor and president. He was an editor, analyst, and writer for The Rothenberg Political Report for more than 13 years before taking over the company in 2015.
Nathan is also Elections Analyst for Roll Call, the Capitol Hill newspaper, a CNN Political Analyst, and Founder and Publisher of PoliticsinStereo.com.
On Election Night 2016, Nathan was an on-air analyst for the Newshour on PBS after working as an off-air consultant for ABC NEWS on their Election Night Decision Desk for 14 years. Previously, he worked for CNN.com and as associate producer for CNN’s Capital Gang.
Nathan has appeared on NBC's Meet the Press and NBC Nightly News, C-SPAN's Washington Journal, CNN, and Fox News Channel, and he has been quoted in The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. His work has also appeared on FiveThirtyEight, WashingtonPost.com, NBCLatino.com and in Campaigns & Elections magazine.
Leah Askarinam is a Reporter & Analyst with Inside Elections, which provides nonpartisan analysis of campaigns for Senate, House, governor and president. She's also appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal and has been a part of FiveThirtyEight's primary night coverage.
Prior to joining the Inside Elections, Leah was an Assistant Editor with The Atlantic, where she worked closely with veteran columnist Ron Brownstein to analyze data that demonstrates the demographic trends that shape politics and policy. In between writing and research for the website, she contributed to the Atlantic events team, preparing moderators for interviews with panelists, ranging from politicians, to academics, to philanthropists.
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