Monday, November 12th | RSVP
5:30 – 7:00 p.m. | Embassy Suites
The Garden Room
3880 W. Northwest Highway, Dallas 75220
5:30 p.m. Appetizers and Cash Bar
6:00 p.m. Program
Do you hear the sound of hoofbeats? We are surrounded by political horseraces!
The outcome of the upcoming local, state, and national elections will have an important impact on our lives and the lives of our children and grandchildren. Indeed, a number of candidates have said that the 2018 midterms may be among the most important elections of our lives.
By the time of our November 12 meeting, the dust will have settled, and we should know who won and lost all of these contests – but we may not fully understand why the votes came out the way they did, and what the election results may portend for the future. Join us to hear the post-election thoughts and analysis of Gromer Jeffers, Jr., one of the leading political reporters in Texas.
Gromer Jeffers is the political writer for The Dallas Morning News.
A graduate of Howard University and native of Chicago, he came to The News as its City Hall reporter, where he covered the second term of Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk. During his time at the newspaper, he has written about the administrations of mayors Laura Miller, Tom Leppert and Mike Rawlings. As The News’ political reporter, Gromer has covered national and local politics, including the presidential campaigns of George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. He has also written extensively about Texas government and politics, including the administrations of Rick Perry and Greg Abbott. Before joining The News, he was a political reporter at The Kansas City Star and The Chicago Defender. You can catch Gromer every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. on NBC-5’s Lone Star Politics.