- March 05, 2024
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- March 05, 2024
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The next event in the virtual event series “Road to Election 2024” will focus on Super Tuesday. The USA is in the midst of a turbulent election campaign for the presidency and the rest of the world is watching with bated breath: will Donald Trump be able to campaign despite the court ruling and if so, how? What are Joe Biden’s chances of re-election and which candidates are now the favorites? Some of these questions will be decided on Super Tuesday, a key milestone in the US election year. In this discussion, Arthur Landwehr, ARD radio correspondent in Washington, D.C., and moderator Tobias Endler will analyze the main candidates and their platforms and show how the election campaign could develop. The event is organized and hosted by the Road to Election partner organization German-American Institute Tübingen. Please find more information and register to participate here.
The 2024 U.S. election will significantly shape the transatlantic political environment and policy landscape. Transatlantic organizations play an integral role in convening thought leaders, bringing a transatlantic perspective to U.S. and European domestic policy discussions, and influencing public discourse on both sides of the Atlantic.This will be particularly important in 2024, which is why the Aspen Institute Germany is pleased to partner with over 25 other transatlantic organizations and political foundations on the “Road to Election 2024” virtual event series. Information about all events in the series can be found at: www.roadtoelection.de. Running from January 2024 to January 2025, the virtual event series will host in-depth discussions and foster a vibrant exchange of ideas in the lead-up to the pivotal 2024 U.S. election. The initiative’s events will feature prominent researchers, policymakers, commentators, and civil society representatives, exploring diverse formats and a wide array of topics. From public polling and media impact to electoral demographics, the future of U.S. democracy, and pressing policy issues like trade and immigration, the “Road to Election” series aims to offer comprehensive insights for audiences in both the United States and Germany.