The next November 6, the United States will celebrate one of the most hotly contested presidential elections in history. To learn about the strategies and the organization of the campaigns of the Republican and Democrat parties, The George Washington University (GWU), with the collaboration of EAPC and MAS Consulting Group, organize the Special Seminar about Election Campaign Strategies,

The event will be held from 5 to 7 November in Washington DC. In addition to live the experience of the U.S. elections and know the party headquarters and the most representative institutions of the capital of world politics, the Seminar will organize “The Big Night of the Elections” in the prestigious Hall of the Americas, in the Organization of American States (OAS), to track the results in live, after a visit to Congress and some electoral precincts.

To all professionals interested in attending the event, EAPC and MAS Consulting Group offer a special discount of 20% for all attendees who register with the code MASConsulting / EAPC.

During the three days of course, some renowned consultants will present their experience and projects. These will be the principal speakers:

Alvaro Uribe Velez
President of the Republic of Colombia (2002-2010). Uribe will be the keynote speaker at the gala dinner in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

Frank Greer
Founding partner of the firm GMMB, which produces advertising campaign for Barack Obama. He was senior advisor of President Bill Clinton, and all his campaigns including campaigns for governor. It has also been campaign strategist for Nelson Mandela in South Africa, Vaclav Havel in Czechoslovakia, Álvaro Colom in Guatemala and the campaign of «no» from Chile.

Mark Kennedy
He is the new director of the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM). He was the sixth district congressman from the state of Minnesota. He has also lectured in over 40 countries around the world about relationships between business, business and politics.

Chris Arterton
Founder and first dean of the Graduate School of Political Management. For over 10 years he was a member of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University. He worked for over 20 years in public opinion and political strategy consulting internationally.

Ron Faucheux
American political consultant. He has managed more than 116 campaigns in different regions of the United States. Writer of Campaigns & Elections magazine, and author of several articles related to political campaign activities. Professor at the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM).

Michael Shifter
President of the Inter-American Dialogue. Previously, he served as vice-president of the Institute, focusing his work on the development of public policy. He has taught at Georgetown University since 1993. He was program director for Latin America and the Caribbean for the National Endowment for Democracy.

Peter Fenn
Political strategist and head of Fenn Communications, one of the leading and most prestigious worldwide in communications and political strategy. Fenn has directed more than 300 campaigns in the United States, from presidential elections to state and local elections.

Roberto Izurieta
Political strategist. He has been an advisor to several presidents in Latin America. He is currently Project Director for Latin America in the school of political management at the Graduate School of Political Management. He is a commentator and political analyst for the prestigious CNN.

Santiago Nieto
Director of Informe Confidencial and VP in Durán Barba & Associados. He has over 20 years experience in electoral campaigns in Latin America as a political consultant. He has published several works enters including: The Art of Winning, New American voters or The measurement of public opinion.

Daniel Ureña
He is Vice President of the European Association of Political Consultants (EAPC), the European benchmark organization in political consulting. Ureña is also CEO of MAS Consulting Group, a global firm of public affairs located in Madrid.

Michael Cornfield
Director of Political Management Program at The Graduate School of Political Management. He is PhD in political science from Harvard University. He has been a political adviser to the Congress of the United States and specializes in online campaigns, writing several books on the subject. It is also a political commentator for several prestigious networks and the author of four books and dozens of articles.

Furthermore, the organization suggests some accommodation options in hotels near to the University. Some of them are:

Hotel Lombardy
Tel: +1 (202) 587 2175
2019 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 0006
If you book before October 4, can put code #2642 Group to access a special rate of 179.00 USD (plus tax) per night.

State Plaza Hotel
Tel: 202-833-6980
2117 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037
You can put code #11199 Group to access a special rate of 189.00 USD (plus tax) per night, limited vacancies.

The River Inn
924 25th Street Northwest
Washington D.C. 20037-2104
(202) 337-7600
If you book before September 24, you can put code #399803 Group to access a special rate of 185.00 USD (plus tax) per night.

For further information or questions, please, contact with

María Elena Jewers
+1 202 994 4020