The Jewish Council for Public Affairs and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington invite you to join us for an analysis of Super Tuesday election results with leading U.S. political analyst Bill Schneider.
On March 1, voters in 12 states across the country will vote – both in primaries and caucuses – for their party’s Presidential nominee. Super Tuesday’s contests award more delegates than any other single day in the nomination process, making it a critical point in the 2016 elections. Join us for live analysis from Bill Schneider about the outcomes of the contests and the impact of Jewish voters in the presidential election.
March 2, 2016
3:00 pm (eastern)
Call in: (641) 715 – 3580
Access Code: 560917
Bill Schneider, a leading U.S. political analyst, is Visiting Professor of Communications at UCLA for 2016 and Professor of Policy, Government and International Affairs at George Mason University. He is also a contributor to Al Jazeera English, Huffington Post and Reuters.com. He was the Cable News Network’s senior political analyst from 1990 to 2009.
Schneider has covered every U.S. presidential and midterm election since 1976 for the Los Angeles Times, the Atlantic Monthly, CNN and Al Jazeera. He has also covered elections in other countries (U.K., Germany, Mexico, Israel, Japan). Schneider has been labeled “the nation’s electionmeister” by the Washington Times and “the Aristotle of American politics” by the Boston Globe. Campaigns and Elections Magazine called him “the most consistently intelligent analyst on television.” He was a member of the CNN political team that won an Emmy for its 2006 election coverage and a Peabody for its 2008 coverage.