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Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Political strategist Dave Johnson to speak at Western Washington University

The fallout from the 2004 Washington State race for governor is still simmering. But what does this mean for the political climate in Washington for 2006? Could the neck-and-neck competition for the governor's race be a forecaster for the 2006 Congressional races? How many races will be as close as the Governor's race?

Able to answer this and more is Republican pollster and political strategist David E. Johnson, CEO and Co-founder of Strategic Vision, LLC, a nationally recognized public relations and public affairs agency in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Johnson has over 20 years of political and public relations experience, including work on the 1988 Bob Dole Presidential Campaign and overseeing numerous campaigns throughout the Southeast.

Dave Johnson has spent the months since the election polling Washington citizens and has a good sense for what they have been thinking all along.

Democrat or Republican, come hear him at 6 p.m. on Monday April 11. This lecture is funded and organized by the AS and College Republicans.

Location will be in either Bond or Miller Hall by Red Square on Western's campus. The exact room will be posted at Western Washington Unraveled as soon as tomorrow.

Final confirmation of this activity was recieved late, but do show up if you would like to hear some good background and forecasting for Washington moods and elections.

UPDATE: The lecture will take place in Miller Hall 104. It's a room that borders right on red square and has a door opening into it.

UPDATE 2: The location has been changed. See post on top of page. The new room is Bond Hall 109 across red square from the Humanities building.


At 11:41 AM, Blogger Patrick said...

How did it go?

At 12:23 AM, Blogger Mark R said...

Unfortunately, Mr. Johnson came down with food poisoning and had to be hospitalized. The CRs are working to see if he might be able to make it soon.


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