Post Traumatic Election Syndrome:
Can the Political Parties Survive the Politics of Hate & the Anti Establishment Movement?​
past event | Tuesday, October 13, 2016
Post Traumatic
Election Syndrome

In the United States, both of the establishment parties (of the right and the left) are being disrupted — if not destroyed from the inside. We are seeing the rise of the anti-establishment movement and Americans are voicing their support for untraditional candidates whose policies lie on the fringe of what both parties stand for. In a country with more than 300 million people, how can we only have two parties to reflect the cares and concerns of all Americans? Can the two party system survive this contentious election? (See pictures of this event here.)


Glenna Milberg | Reporter
WPLG Local 10 News
Tim Canova | Chairman
Progress for All
Mitchell Berger | Campaign for Change
Berger Singerman
Ed Pozzuoli | Bush Co-Chair
Tripp Scott
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