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Navigating the Post-Election Landscape in Local Government — What You Need to Know

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In today's fractured political landscape, the battles that will win the war are being fought in local governments and school districts. With the highly contested November elections behind us, what impact will the results have in local governments and how will they permeate up to the state and federal levels in 2023?

As a cadre of new policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels prepares to shift into high gear and tackle hot-topic issues such as water infrastructure, minimum wage, and reproductive healthcare access, knowing where the battles are happening and who the key stakeholders are is vital — there’s no time to waste.

Join Curate's live discussion on Wednesday, December 7 at 2 p.m. EST to better understand the effects of the election results in local government discussions and how you can prepare for what promises to be a very active and contested new year.

Experts will discuss:

  • The biggest issues coming out of the elections at the local level
  • Predictions of how the results of the elections will impact local policy in 2023
  • What you can do to prepare and build a solid local government affairs strategy


  • Spencer Gross, Partner at High Bridge Consulting
  • Matt​ Bales, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Summit Design and Engineering Services
  • Ian Goldstein, Director of Government Affairs, Verde Environmental Technologies
  • Moderated by Danielle Powell, Managing Director of Municipal Strategy & Operations at Curate, part of FiscalNote

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