What Do the Midterms Mean?
With The Atlantic's Politics Team

November 13, 2018
Washington, DC

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Sixth & I

The midterm elections could define one of the most pivotal periods in America’s recent history. One week after the country votes, The Atlantic’s politics staff writers McKay Coppins, Vann R. Newkirk II, and Elaina Plott, together with editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg, will take stock of the results and analyze what they mean for the president, policy, and politics leading up to the 2020 campaign.

Sixth & I
600 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Doors open at 6 pm and the show begins at 7 pm.

Tickets: $15 advance/$18 day of

For more information, please contact Carly Spraggins at cspraggins@theatlantic.com

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