City Club of Denver invites you to explore how recent
changes in campaign finance laws have significantly changed the nature of political discourse, campaign strategies and voter engagement. Political recalls, an increase in negative campaign ads, an influx of major donors and the unchecked power of super PACs and other political groups have all resulted in high levels of distrust and even disgust with government. Chantell Taylor
will discuss what we are likely to see in the next election cycle, and what can be done to reverse this trend.
About Chantell Taylor
Chantell Taylor is an attorney for Hogan Lovells's Denver office, advising clients on government regulation and legislative matters with an overall focus on public law.
Chantell has extensive experience in campaign finance and political law. She has also advised nonprofit organizations on obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status, corporate governance, employment matters, lobbying and political activities.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Chantell worked for a national network of nonprofit organizations as in-house general counsel.
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