Join Us For A Mid-Term Election Preview
October 2, 2018
You are cordially invited to an eBay Political Action Committee event on October 2nd featuring Bruce Mehlman, an expert on Congressional politics and founding partner of a bipartisan public affairs firm in Washington, DC. Bruce will analyze the current state of politics and as we head towards the U.S. 2018 midterm elections. If you have questions about the current election cycle, we highly encourage you to join this event. Lunch and beverages will be provided. Please RSVP by September 25, 2018.
More about Bruce Mehlman
With over two decades of experience in public policy, business and the law, Bruce helps leaders understand, anticipate and navigate the public policy environment through the bipartisan public affairs company he founded, Mehlman Castagnetti. Bruce is a frequent op-ed writer and highly sought after speaker on policy and political trends, regularly keynoting business conferences and strategic planning sessions. He concurrently runs the Technology CEO Council and serves as founding co-chairman of the Internet Innovation Alliance.
Bruce previously served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Technology Policy, having been nominated by President Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in May 2001. He also worked as a senior leadership aide in the House of Representatives and as general counsel to a national political party committee.
Recognized as one of Washington’s “top lobbyists” by Washingtonian Magazine and The Hill newspaper, Bruce also serves on the advisory boards of start-up companies FiscalNote, iHealth Engines and Virtru. An Adjunct Professor and Board Member of The Washington Campus, Bruce lectures MBA candidates on “effective business-government relations.
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