The country is changing—becoming older, more educated, and more racially diverse. These demographics changes have had a profound impact on the Democratic and Republican parties and will continue to transform them going forward. On the cusp of the 2020 primary season, we will explore how the demographic composition of the parties have changed, how they will continue to change, and how those changes will influence the parties’ internal politics and electoral strategies.
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center, in partnership with the Brookings Institution, Center for American Progress, and Democracy Fund Voter Study Group, for a look at how demographic shifts are transforming the Republican and Democratic parties. New simulations chart the ever-changing electoral landscape for Republicans and Democrats and foreshadow what could happen in the 2020 primaries and general election.
Space is extremely limited. RSVP required to attend.
Julia Azari, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Marquette University
Matt Barreto, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Latino Decisions
Karlyn Bowman, Senior Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Sara Fagen, CEO, Deep Root Analytics
John Fortier, Director of Governmental Studies, Bipartisan Policy Center
William Frey, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Robert Griffin, Research Director, Democracy Fund Voter Study Group
Angela Gutierrez, Graduate Student in Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles
Patrick Ruffini, Partner and Co-Founder, Echelon Insights
Ruy Teixeira, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Note: This event will be held at the Bipartisan Policy Center, located at 1225 I Street NW, Washington, D.C.