Tag: New Members

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

The New Congress 2013 Understanding The 113th Congress Our experienced faculty provide an overview of the new Congress and explore how major issues are likely to fare in the first session of the new Congress. We discuss: What Happened, Why and What Does It Mean for the Political Landscape? The New Lineup in the 113th […]

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

The New Congress 2013 Understanding The 113th Congress Our experienced faculty provide an overview of the new Congress and explore how major issues are likely to fare in the first session of the new Congress. photo credit: yto We will discuss: What Happened, Why and What Does It Mean for the Political Landscape? The New […]

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

The New Congress 2013 Understanding The 113th Congress Our experienced faculty provide an overview of the new Congress and explore how major issues are likely to fare in the first session of the new Congress. We will discuss: What Happened, Why and What Does It Mean for the Political Landscape? The New Lineup in the […]

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

New Congress 2013, 1-day conference in DC

The New Congress 2013 Understanding The 113th Congress Our experienced faculty provide an overview of the new Congress and explore how major issues are likely to fare in the first session of the new Congress. We will discuss: What Happened, Why and What Does It Mean for the Political Landscape? The New Lineup in the […]

Fitch: New Members, Avoid These Office Mistakes

Fitch: New Members, Avoid These Office Mistakes

Former Speaker Tip O’Neill (D-Mass.) once said, “It’s easier to run for office than to run the office.” Running a campaign and creating a Congressional office are vastly different tasks. Setting up a House or Senate office includes all the challenges of starting a small business with all the red tape of a bureaucracy. You […]