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Latest Episodes

Fact or Fiction: What Will Decide 2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination.

Just 45 days before the Iowa caucuses, in the smallest debate of the year, seven Democratic candidates onstage engaged in some of the most aggressive exchanges. While the candidates reflected the Democratic party’s unity around defeating President Trump, they also offered sharply divergent visions of how to do that. Can any of them pull the party together and attract the independents necessary to win the purple states? What is going to decide the nomination: any particular issues, candidates’ personalities, California, or something else? In our final podcast of the year, Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by CPS Government Relations Principal Joe Hill and CPS Government Professional Jamie Ansorge to discuss how it may all play out.

36 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Fact or Fiction: What Will Decide 2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination.

Political Punch-out, Podcast Edition

Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by Jim Schultz, former Trump Administration official fresh off of his tour around Pennsylvania with Vice President Pence and the Trump rally in Hershey, PA. They argue about impeachment, the USMCA trade agreement, the Democratic primary field, and the 70-something seniors dominating today’s politics.

30 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Political Punch-out, Podcast Edition

This Week in Washington

Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by Kaitlyn Martin to discuss the impeachment proceedings, the current state of business in Washington, and Congress’s to-do list before the year’s end.

35 MIN2019 DEC 7
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This Week in Washington

Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 2

With less than 3 months to go before the 2020 Iowa caucuses, we are closely following the top tier of declared Democratic candidates. Any movement in the weeks ahead could provide a clue about voters’ disaffection from the front-runners, and who may be able to step in and fill in any breach. Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by CPS Midwest Principal & Director Patrick Martin to analyze the latest political data and discuss how the Democratic campaign may shape up over the next few weeks.

23 MIN2019 NOV 23
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Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 2

Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 1

With less than 3 months to go before the 2020 Iowa caucuses, we are closely following the top tier of declared Democratic candidates. Any movement in the weeks ahead could provide a clue about voters’ disaffection from the front-runners, and who may be able to step in and fill in any breach. Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by CPS Midwest Principal & Director Patrick Martin to analyze the latest political data and discuss how the Democratic campaign may shape up over the next few weeks.

29 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 1

Government Spending: Is a Shutdown Looming?

Although the fiscal year technically ended in October, Congress couldn’t come to an agreement on how much to fund the government. Instead, they passed a short-term spending bill that keeps 2018 spending levels and expires Nov. 21. Budget experts don’t think we are in for a shutdown over Thanksgiving after the government runs out of money. But they can’t rule it out either. Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies Managing Partner, and Michael Bain, Government Relations Principal, discuss how it all may play out.

31 MIN2019 NOV 15
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Government Spending: Is a Shutdown Looming?

The Latest Political Update from Inside the Beltway

Mark Alderman and Howard Schweitzer, respectively Chairman and Managing Partner of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies (CPS) discuss the latest developments in the 2020 Presidential campaign.

29 MIN2019 NOV 6
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The Latest Political Update from Inside the Beltway

The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 2

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies’ Director of Health Policy Alexandra Campau and Chairman Mark Alderman join CEO Howard Schweitzer to dissect the policy and politics of healthcare.

27 MIN2019 OCT 30
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The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 2

The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 1

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies’ Director of Health Policy Alexandra Campau and Chairman Mark Alderman join CEO Howard Schweitzer to dissect the policy and politics of healthcare.

24 MIN2019 OCT 30
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The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 1

Major Cities Shift Leftward: Navigating the Changing Landscape - Part 2

Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies’ John Dunn (Chicago), Pat Carey (Chicago), Katie Schwab (New York), and Rose Christ (New York) join Howard Schweitzer to explore strategies to navigate the progressive policy shift taking place in major cities across the country.

19 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Major Cities Shift Leftward: Navigating the Changing Landscape - Part 2

Latest Episodes

Fact or Fiction: What Will Decide 2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination.

Just 45 days before the Iowa caucuses, in the smallest debate of the year, seven Democratic candidates onstage engaged in some of the most aggressive exchanges. While the candidates reflected the Democratic party’s unity around defeating President Trump, they also offered sharply divergent visions of how to do that. Can any of them pull the party together and attract the independents necessary to win the purple states? What is going to decide the nomination: any particular issues, candidates’ personalities, California, or something else? In our final podcast of the year, Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by CPS Government Relations Principal Joe Hill and CPS Government Professional Jamie Ansorge to discuss how it may all play out.

36 MIN2019 DEC 21
Comments
Fact or Fiction: What Will Decide 2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination.

Political Punch-out, Podcast Edition

Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by Jim Schultz, former Trump Administration official fresh off of his tour around Pennsylvania with Vice President Pence and the Trump rally in Hershey, PA. They argue about impeachment, the USMCA trade agreement, the Democratic primary field, and the 70-something seniors dominating today’s politics.

30 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
Political Punch-out, Podcast Edition

This Week in Washington

Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by Kaitlyn Martin to discuss the impeachment proceedings, the current state of business in Washington, and Congress’s to-do list before the year’s end.

35 MIN2019 DEC 7
Comments
This Week in Washington

Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 2

With less than 3 months to go before the 2020 Iowa caucuses, we are closely following the top tier of declared Democratic candidates. Any movement in the weeks ahead could provide a clue about voters’ disaffection from the front-runners, and who may be able to step in and fill in any breach. Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by CPS Midwest Principal & Director Patrick Martin to analyze the latest political data and discuss how the Democratic campaign may shape up over the next few weeks.

23 MIN2019 NOV 23
Comments
Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 2

Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 1

With less than 3 months to go before the 2020 Iowa caucuses, we are closely following the top tier of declared Democratic candidates. Any movement in the weeks ahead could provide a clue about voters’ disaffection from the front-runners, and who may be able to step in and fill in any breach. Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies CEO, and Mark Alderman, the group’s Chairman, are joined by CPS Midwest Principal & Director Patrick Martin to analyze the latest political data and discuss how the Democratic campaign may shape up over the next few weeks.

29 MIN2019 NOV 22
Comments
Sizing Up The Democratic Field Part 1

Government Spending: Is a Shutdown Looming?

Although the fiscal year technically ended in October, Congress couldn’t come to an agreement on how much to fund the government. Instead, they passed a short-term spending bill that keeps 2018 spending levels and expires Nov. 21. Budget experts don’t think we are in for a shutdown over Thanksgiving after the government runs out of money. But they can’t rule it out either. Howard Schweitzer, Public Strategies Managing Partner, and Michael Bain, Government Relations Principal, discuss how it all may play out.

31 MIN2019 NOV 15
Comments
Government Spending: Is a Shutdown Looming?

The Latest Political Update from Inside the Beltway

Mark Alderman and Howard Schweitzer, respectively Chairman and Managing Partner of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies (CPS) discuss the latest developments in the 2020 Presidential campaign.

29 MIN2019 NOV 6
Comments
The Latest Political Update from Inside the Beltway

The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 2

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies’ Director of Health Policy Alexandra Campau and Chairman Mark Alderman join CEO Howard Schweitzer to dissect the policy and politics of healthcare.

27 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 2

The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 1

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies’ Director of Health Policy Alexandra Campau and Chairman Mark Alderman join CEO Howard Schweitzer to dissect the policy and politics of healthcare.

24 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
The Health Policy See-Saw: Where We Stand with the 2020 Election a Year Away - Part 1

Major Cities Shift Leftward: Navigating the Changing Landscape - Part 2

Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies’ John Dunn (Chicago), Pat Carey (Chicago), Katie Schwab (New York), and Rose Christ (New York) join Howard Schweitzer to explore strategies to navigate the progressive policy shift taking place in major cities across the country.

19 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Major Cities Shift Leftward: Navigating the Changing Landscape - Part 2
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