Dave Wasserman is the Senior Election Analyst for the non-partisan newspaper, The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter, and a contributor to NBC News. It was established in 1984. The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter provides analyses of U.S. presidential, Senate, House, and gubernatorial races. The New York Times called The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter “a newsletter that both parties regard as authoritative.”
Wasserman analyses the current political landscape in entertaining. And engaging presentations that he tailors to the audience’s particular interests or locations. His forecasting base on data examines both local and national trends (if ask, he’ll even present a district-by district outlook) as well as the relation between brand loyalty among consumers and voting, as well as what the future will bring in the coming American elections. He is represent exclusively by the Leading Authorities speakers bureau.
Highly Praise Expertise. Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com has said: “Wasserman’s knowledge of the nooks and crannies of political geography can make him seem like a local,” and the Los Angeles Times called Wasserman “whip smart” and a “scrupulously nonpartisan” analyst whose “numbers nerd-dom was foretold at a young age.” Chuck Todd, host of the NBC show Meet the Press, recently said that David “pretty much the only person you need to follow on Election Night.”
The 2016 election year, Dave Wasserman earn high praise for his insightful pre-election analysis. Which include his remarkable September piece title. “How Trump Could Win the White House While Losing the Popular Vote. ” The most prominent Republican surveyor Kristen Soltis Anderson conclude. “Nobody of my generation knows American politics as well as Dave Wasserman.”
Political Intelligence. Dave Wasserman an analyst on the NBC News Election Night Decision Desk since 2008. He has also feature in interviews with Fox News, CNN, as well as NPR. His analysis has feature in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, the Economist, POLITICO, and the Washington Post. The year 2018 saw his innovative collaborative project with FiveThirtyEight and”the “Atlas of Redistricting,” was award the top prize in the News Data Application of The Year.
A lover of maps and data Dave Wasserman is an editor for the Almanac of American Politics. A frequent guest speaker and lecturer who has provided insight on the most recent trends in politics to the Harvard Institute of Politics, the Dole Institute of Politics, and the University of Chicago Institute of Politics which is where he was appoint as a resident Pritzker Fellow in the year 2019.
Prior to joining The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter in 2007. Wasserman worked during three consecutive years the House Editor at Sabato’s Crystal Ball. In fact, a widely well-known political analysis newsletter and website created by the Sabato. Especially, a renowned University of Virginia professor Larry Sabato. Born in New Jersey, Wasserman is graduate from The University of Virginia, where he received the 2006 Emmerich-Wright Best Thesis award.