with our special guest
- Executive Vice President
National Taxpayers Union
Monday, November 16, 2015
The John Locke Foundation, 200 W Morgan St., Suite 200, Raleigh, NC 27601
About This Presentation
After a great deal of political turmoil and a major leadership change on Capitol Hill, should Americans expect anything different from Congress? What are the prospects for key issues like tax reform, Obamacare repeal, or the expansion of free trade as Speaker Paul Ryan’s term as Speaker begins and the end of President Barrack Obama’s final term nears? In this presentation, Brandon Arnold will give an overview of what taxpayers can and should expect from Congress in 2016.
About Brandon Arnold
Brandon Arnold is the Executive Vice President of National Taxpayers Union (NTU) and National Taxpayers Union Foundation (NTUF). In this role, he helps to oversee strategic planning and government affairs efforts for NTU and its staff. He also assists with the supervision of research at NTUF. He has testified on fiscal policy before Congress and numerous state legislative committees. He has also appeared on several television and radio networks including C-SPAN, Fox News, Fox Business, BNN, and Russia Today. His writings have appeared in publications including Politico, the American Spectator, the Hill, and the Seattle Times.
Brandon joined NTU in 2012 as Vice President of Government Affairs. His previous positions include director of government affairs at the Cato Institute, manager of external affairs in former Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich's energy office, senior legislative aide to Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr., fiscal policy analyst at Citizens for a Sound Economy, and research analyst at the National Republican Senatorial Committee. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Shaftesbury presentations are free and open to the public. Lunch is not available for purchase at the presentation. You are welcome to bring your lunch.
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