2022 will be yet another election year where “change” will be the name of the game. Candidates across the country will be telling voters how they intend to change the political landscape to make government work better for them -some with more government, others with less. Thanks to the current political environment, changes in legislators’ district lines and the usual post-presidential moment, we’re expecting a lot of money to be spent, and we could see some big changes at the federal level and in the states.
The American business community will play an important role in the 2022 elections, led by the US Chamber of Commerce, the leading national business organization.
On Jan. 13 the Consumer Data Industry Association will host a discussion with Neil Bradley, the architect of the US Chamber’s 2022 election strategy, on the political environment and how the business community plans to engage in this year’s elections.