AEI Election Watch 2012, Session 1: The Mood, the Contest and Policy Implications


December 14, 2011 | American Enterprise Institute


Election Watch, AEI’s long-running election analysis program, kicked off its 30th anniversary year Wednesday with its first event of the 2012 campaign season. The panel of AEI political experts, moderated by senior fellow Karlyn Bowman, looked at a range of election issues that are on everyone’s minds, from the latest polling numbers to hot contests to watch to what next year’s elections could mean for future policy. EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen looked at potential general election matchups, concluding that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney would be the stronger Republican candidate of the two current frontrunners.

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