03 Nov November 3, 2020 – Election Special: The Hill’s Bill Schneider, Indians for Trump Mrinalini Kumari and Blue Collar Voters Mike Kucharski
Bill Schneider – Former Chief Political Correspondent for CNN and Professor at Schar School of Policy at George Mason University
Bill Schneider is Professor of Public Policy and Public and International Affairs at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. He was CNN’s senior political analyst from 1990 to 2009 and played an integral part in America Votes 2008 coverage, including breaking down polls, offering historical perspective, and traveling the country on CNN’s Election Express to gauge voter sentiments. He has been labeled the nation’s electionmeister by The Washington Times and the Aristotle of American politics by The Boston Globe. Schneider has been named one of the 50 most influential Washington journalists by Washingtonian Magazine. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Julian P. Kanter Award for Excellence in Television, a special award for his extensive coverage and keen insight of the 2008 United States presidential elections from the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, and the Centennial Medal for contributions to society from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Professor Schneider has also written extensively on politics and public opinion. He is the author of Standoff: How America Became Ungovernable, where he takes his readers inside the voting booth to show how Americans vote and why their votes sometimes seem to make no practical sense.
Mrinalini Kumari – Fashion CEO and co-chair of Indian Voices for Trump
Mrinalini Kumari is a fashion CEO who has provided fabric manipulations for some of the most famous designers including Valentino and Oscar de La Renta. She is also co-chair of Indian Voices for Trump. Working closely for many years with couturiers and many contemporary brands. Mrinalini has created some of the most desirable and distinguished embroideries and embellishments. Among some of the extraordinary events she worked on was organizing the fashion show for India’s 50 years of independence in 1997 with the Indian Government –held at the prestigious Metropolitan Club , it featured many of India and New York’s top fashion designers, including Mary McFadden and Suneet Varma, Vera Wang , Badgley Mishka and was attended by Indian Counsel, the Indian Ambassador to the United Nations and Georgette Mossbacher. Another event, held on the legendary USS Intrepid , included the award winning filmmaker Muzzaffer Ali as well as Mary McFadden and Suneet Varma and was attended by top leaders from the Indian business community.
Mike Kucharski – CEO of JKC Trucking/Summit Cold Storage
Mike Kucharski, JKC Trucking/Summit Cold Storage CEO, represents 400 Blue-Collar workers. Mike is the Co-Owner and Vice President of JKC Trucking. He has spent his entire career of nearly 30 years, and is an expert in the industry. Over thirty years of experience, JKC specializes in climate controlled and dry freight loads as Chicago’s largest specialty contract carrier. JKC has dedicated less than truckload (LTL) and intermodal service to California, Florida and major cities west of the Mississippi River. A fleet of 350 53FT & 48FT trailers and 250 tractors round out the JKC fleet which are company owned and driven by company drivers. JKC has developed a strong financial track record and maintains a diverse client base including numerous Fortune 500 companies. Let JKC manage your next specialty load and experience flawless transportation services that deliver on time.