For Planning Purposes
October 17, 2017
UPDATED: Schedule of Events Open to the Press
The Democratic National Committee today announced major changes to the schedule for its upcoming DNC Fall Meeting.
Please RSVP to Professor Tom Perez at Thomas.Perez@brown.edu at your earliest convenience.
DNC Fall Meeting
WHERE: Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3645 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
WHEN: October 19-21, 2017
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS OPEN TO THE PRESS
Thursday, October 19th
7:00pm Opening Remarks – Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
As prepared for the upcoming Women's Convention
Friday, October 20th
10:00am Where is Michigan?
A geographical presentation of what exists between New York and Los Angeles
11:30am Should She Stay or Should She Go Now?
A roundtable discussion of the future of Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi moderated by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA)
1:00pm No Money, Mo Problems
Investments the DNC would like to make – but can’t
3:00pm The Menendez Mess
How to keep a convicted felon in the United States Senate
5:00pm Ok, but really… ‘What Happened’?
A continuing conversation about who to blame for Hillary Clinton’s loss
Saturday, October 21st
9:00am Doing Data Right
10:00am Weinstein Shopping Spree
How to spend the $300,000 in money we won’t return from Harvey Weinstein
12:00pm Litmus Tests Over Lunch
A guest lecture by Brown University Professor Tom Perez on banishing pro-life Democrats and mandating support for single-payer
Abortion: Replicating Mello-Drama Nationwide
Failed Omaha mayoral candidate Heath Mello will present ways that the national party can insert hot-button issues like abortion into local races across the heartland
A master class in how to dance around specifics, like how to pay for a $32 trillion government takeover of health care
3:00pm Moral Victories
Jon Ossoff (GA-06), Rob Quist (MT-AL), Archie Parnell (SC-5), Jim Thompson (KS-4) discuss why they actually won their special elections
5:00pm Impeachment or Else
Billionaire donor Tom Steyer lays out his requirement that candidates back a baseless impeachment effort that alienates the vast majority of voters