That’s right, the David Latterman / Alex Clemens electoral dog-and–pony show is heading up Ignatius Heights today to tell you what just happened.
And then you’ll be able to figure out What Happens Next.
San Francisco Post-Election Recap
Monday, November 14, 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Fromm Center, Berman Hall
USF Main Campus (map)
Interested in what happened in the San Francisco elections? Come hear the McCarthy Center’s David Latterman and Barbary Coast Consulting’s Alex Clemens discuss What Just Happened in San Francisco’s always-exciting and often-bizarre election cycle. Latterman and Clemens use data, maps, and humor to discuss who won, who lost, what it all means, and what’s on tap for next year.
Latterman, in addition to running the McCarthy Center’s MoPA Graduate Program, is a political consultant and well-known pundit, and was actively involved in the 2011 election cycle. Clemens, an Adjunct Faculty member with the McCarthy Center, runs the beloved political website “The Usual Suspects” and knows just about everything there is to know about San Francisco politics. This talk is FREE to faculty, students, and the general public.
Ci vediamo all’Universita!
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