The list of presidential candidates is quickly filling up. From Elizabeth Warren to Bernie Sanders to Beto O’rourke to Kamala Harris to Kirsten Gillibrand and Corey Booker, the democratic field is deep and star-studded. Alec Baldwin’s could join the fray. He recently tweeted that beating Trump would be easy. So far, the democratic candidates have been furiously raising money, and going on what I would consider to be “press runs.”
Appearing on mainstream media outlets that are not serious about politics or the economy, and are going to ask softball questions is a waste of time. Trump And The Global Economy (“Trump And The GE”) could be the true test for democratic hopefuls. Trump And The GE gathers pollsters, economists, politicians, activists, etc. to parse through President Trump’s policies and their impact on the economy. Due to the wealth of information and economic predictions, it considered the top speaker series in the country.
And The GE Cures The Varsity Blues, is Wednesday May 8th from 7PM to 9PM. The event will take place at at ART/New York – Spaces @520, 520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor in Manhattan (8th avenue between 37th and 38th streets). The event will be headlined by John McLaughlin of McLaughlin & Associates. McLaughlin is arguably the top pollster in the country. He predicted President Trump’s victory in 2016 and Obama’s victory in 2008.
Great Pollster John McLaughlin now has the GOP up in the Generic Congressional Ballot. Big gain over last 4 weeks. I guess people are loving the big Tax Cuts given them by the Republicans, the Cuts the Dems want to take away. We need more Republicans!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018
Candidates could get to go one-on-one with McLaughlin, Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal, Professor Lance Brofman (economics), Christopher Townley (economics, real estate), actor Chad L. Coleman (The Wire, The Walking Dead), T.K. Kirkland (entertainer), Coconut Rob (entrepreneur), Torian Mitchell (financial advisor) or Ralph Baker (“Shock Exchange”). McLaughlin will give a short presentation on early polls for the 2020 election.
The candidate who shows up or shows out will likely emerge as the early democratic front runner.