Event Recording: Polls, Priorities, and the 2020 Political Landscape for Children

Did you miss our recent virtual event held on September 30 (“Polls, Priorities, and the 2020 Political Landscape for Children”)? Did you join us and want a refresher on one of the insights our incredible panelists shared? Either way, we’re thrilled to share a recording of this insightful conversation and virtual event below.

If you appreciate this powerful conversation and want to help support CCF’s work in the future, please click here to make a secure online gift today!

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Join National Pollsters Molly O’Rourke and H. Stuart Elway, Ph.D. and Washington State Consultant Sai Samineni for a Timely Conversation on the 2020 Political Landscape for Children
September 30th from 5pm-6pm PST

Join CCF for an insightful and timely conversation about the polls, priorities, and political landscape from federal races to our own state legislative races here in Washington. The night after the first Presidential debate, expect a lively discussion about the most pressing issues facing children and families and what we can learn from the polls.

Moderated by CCF Co-Chair and former representative Ruth Kagi, we’re thrilled to welcome special guests Molly O’Rourke (Partner at Hart Research in Washington, D.C.), Sai Samineni (Campaign Manager and South Sound Community Consultant), and H. Stuart Elway, Ph.D. (Owner, Elway Research, Inc.).

This is our final event to raise critical funds for children’s champions running for office this election cycle. Don’t miss your chance to make an impact – please click here to donate today and RSVP below!

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Previous Events

Primary Election Chat with Mark Shriver and Ruth Kagi (August 3, 2020)
President and CEO of Save the Children Action Network, Mark Shriver, joined former State Representative Ruth Kagi to discuss the unprecedented challenges facing children and families due to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially when it comes to child care and food access. Missed the event? You can watch the recording here!