Sunday’s presidential town hall debate was the second of three opportunities for candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to make their case to the American electorate. In addition to the discussion of personal and character issues, the candidates touched on a range of policy issues, including tax policy, financial services, energy, and international trade. The candidates shared their visions for the country for the next four years.
The general election is four weeks from today. In addition to the White House, the election will determine control of the House and Senate. Regardless of the outcome, there will be a new administration next January.
This second advisory in the series highlights some key public policy areas, such as the consideration of sanctions, that a new administration and Congress will face. Please join us on November 10 for a webinar where we break down the election and offer our analysis on the implications for you and your industry. For more information, please see our advisory.