Jonathan Karl to speak at 2014 National Conference
Originally published January 28, 2014
Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent for ABC News, will give an insider’s view of Washington politics at the 2014 APPA National Conference in Denver, Colo. Drawing from lessons learned from his many years covering political campaigns, domestic and foreign affairs, Karl will share his insight into current affairs, national politics, and what’s going on at the White House and in the nation's capital.
The National Conference is public power’s largest annual gathering, bringing together more than 1,500 public power leaders, including utility boards, mayors, city council members, utility executives, senior managers, future utility leaders and industry partners. The 2014 National Conference will be held June 14-18 in Denver, Colo., at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. Conference registration and program information is available now at www.publicpower.org/NationalConference.
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