Election Forecasting & Analysis Keynote Speakers
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Election Forecasting and Analysis keynote speakers give us political historical perspective of timeless principles, values, fiscal responsibility, accountability government transformation of where we are now and where we could be heading when it comes to implications with those leaders we elect. Election forecasting and analysis speakers are economists, financial experts, politicians, journalists, professors, and authors. GDA Speakers is adept at recommending the most appropriate election forecasting and analysis speaker.
Michael (Misha) Auslin
Best-Selling Author on Geopolitics, Wall Street Journal Contributor and Frequent Fox News Commentator
Michael Auslin is a Distinguished Research Fellow in Contemporary Asia at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. A historian by training, he specializes in U.S. policy in Asia and geopolitical issues in the Indo-Pacific region.
Most-Quoted Pollster in America
Frank has become the go-to consultant when Fortune 100 companies and their CEOs need communication and language guidance. Frank is the author of The New York Times best seller Words that Work: It’s Not What You Say it’s What People Hear.
Geopolitical Strategist - Expert in Global Affairs and American Politics
John is a geopolitical strategist and diplomacy coordinator to the Department of State, shares his insights into U.S. and global geopolitical trends, intelligence and strategies before high-stakes decision makers and opinion leaders at investor, business and government conferences, forums and events.
Legendary Pulitzer Prize-Winning Investigative Journalist Associate Editor, The Washington Post and Author, 19 Bestsellers
The most influential investigative reporter of our time, BOB WOODWARD gained international attention when he and Carl Bernstein uncovered the Watergate scandal. Woodward doesn’t take sides – he is firmly non-partisan. His tough-but-fair reporting seeks to shine a light on the inner-workings of Washington because democracies die in darkness.
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