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The Overshadowed Election, Voter Turnout and the New Super Tuesday

This year’s election is unlike any other, almost completely overshadowed by a public health crisis that altered the life of every American. Yet voters will still travel to the polls in November—and their decisions will forge the government responsible for the U.S. recovery. There is much at stake.

Fill out the form to download  The Overshadowed Election, Voter Turnout and the New Super Tuesday. Our expert panel from Association, Corporate and Nonprofit sectors covered what to expect as the election moves forward, namely:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on voter turnout
  • The state of play in Congress and the states, including key races to watch
  • How companies, associations and nonprofits can still play a role in this year’s races
  • Why June 2 is being called the new Super Tuesday, with primary elections in 10 states

The outcome in November will not just choose a president. It will determine who controls the U.S. House, the Senate, 11 governorships and thousands of state offices nationwide. Download the recording to learn how your organization can make an impact.



Maxwell Zorick
Senior Director of Social Impact



Rebecca Hinkhouse
Advocacy & Engagement Fellow



Megan Hannigan
Manager, Government Relations



David Ashinoff
Director of Political Affairs
Associated General Contractors of America (AGC)


Erik Rosedahl


Erik Rosedahl
Head of Alliances & Stakeholder Impact

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