Dave Wasserman:

Dave Wasserman:

David Wasserman

Redistricting Illinois Democrats Bolster Their 14D-3R Gerrymander On Saturday, Illinois's Democratic-led redistricting committees unveiled a revised congressional map that aims to give their party 14 of 17 seats, up from 13 of 18 today. It's a significantly safer… (Source: cookpolitical.com)

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“quo Vadis, America?” With David Wasserman, House Editor for the Cook Political Report

www.esade.edu)Donald Trump’s victory in the US Presidential election two years ago sent a jolt through the entire world. On the domestic front, Trump’s policies have left no one indifferent. Indeed, Trumpism has contributed to the country’s division into two increasingly polarised communities, as demonstrated by the results of the recent midterm election. In this podcast, David Wasserman, House Editor for The Cook Political Report, will analyse these electoral results. (Source:

David is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of RECOGNIZE. He has spent over 25 years as a private equity investor, including over 20 years at Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, where he served on the firm’s Investment Committee and Management Committee and led the firm’s technology and services vertical. Prior to joining CD&R, David worked at Goldman Sachs in the Principal Investment Area, and as a strategy consultant for Monitor Company. He started his professional career as an economics and US history teacher, as well as basketball coach, at an international high school. (Source: www.recognize.com)

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David J. Wasserman

David J. Wasserman is Sedey Harper Westhoff’s newest associate. Growing up in a family with two deaf parents, one of whom experienced workplace disability discrimination, David knew from an early age that he wanted to fight for employment rights. He is a 2019 graduate of St. Louis University’s School of Law, where he quickly became passionate about the rights of workers. (Source: sedeyharper.com)

‎hacks on Tap: Off to the Races (with Dave Wasserman) on Apple Podcasts

Dave Wasserman, US House editor of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter, joins Axe and Murphy to discuss the final stretch of the Virginia governor’s race, the impact of Democrats’ actions—or lack thereof—in Congress on the upcoming election, and the latest redistricting developments and projections for the midterms. Plus, Wasserman reveals how he came up with his iconic phrase, “I’ve seen enough.” (Source: podcasts.apple.com)


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