Panelists will opine on a number of important questions post-election. Did Biden’s lead in the national polls translate into an Electoral College victory? What factors determined the outcome of the presidential election? The makeup of the House and the Senate in 2021? And most importantly, what does it all mean for the loan market?

EVENT DETAILS

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
4PM to 5PM (ET)|Virtual
Registration|Open to LSTA Members|Registration Is For Entire Series

SPEAKERS

  • Philip Black, Associate of Research & Public Policy, LSTA, Moderator
  • Charlie Cook, Publisher and Editor of The Cook Political Report

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