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Implications of Midterm Elections Explored at CQ Roll Call Election Impact Conference

Two days after the 2014 midterm elections, National Republican Senatorial Committee executive director Rob Collins and his counterpart at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Guy Cecil will come together to discuss what just went down at the CQ Roll Call Election Impact Conference.

Roll Call editor-in-chief Christina Bellantoni will moderate the discussion with Collins and Cecil on the determined and yet-to-be-called Senate races of this year’s election cycle on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at The Liaison Capitol Hill.

The day-long event will also feature opening remarks from Stuart Rothenberg, editor and publisher of the Rothenberg Political Report. Former Rep. Thomas M. Davis (R-VA) and former Gov. Ted Strickland (D-OH) will discuss how the new Congress will affect the legislative process. RC politics editor Shira T. Center will moderate the “What Happened?” panel with Rothenberg Political Report’s Nathan Gonzales, NBC News’ Perry Bacon, HuffPost’s Mark Blumenthal, and RC’s Abby Livingston. And RC’s David Hawkings will moderate the “What’s Next?” panel comprising RC’s Niels Lesniewski, Emily Ethridge, and Megan Scully and the Washington Examiner’s David Drucker.

The day is in partnership with GovLoop, National Review, Senior Executives Association, Federal News Radio, Federal Computer Week, Young Government Leaders, and the Center for American Progress Action Fund.

To register, click here.

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CQ Roll Call’s School House Rawk-ward Video

Watch out, BGov!  You may have big budgets and a flashy corporate kitchen filled with all-you-can-eat snacks, but CQ Roll Call has…well, this, eh, er, uh interesting adaptation of the famous School House Rocks jam, “I’m Just A Bill.”  And it’s on the YouTubes.  So take that, Bloom-nerds!

Yes, this marketing plan is sure to make the Economist Group tens, if not twenties of dollars — less the cost of production and their dignity, of course.

I kid, I kid.  The below video is not an advertisement for CQ Roll Call.  At least I hope not for the sake of Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) who made cameos in the uncomfortably funny production.  Apparently, the #awkward video is the brainchild of video producer Andrew Satter, who with the help of Christina Bellantoni, Emily Ethridge and Derek Knoderer, tricked their colleagues into reciting lines that were later cut up to make the below vid for a recent corporate meeting.