CNBC : Mark Penn on Squawk on the Street

Mark Penn discusses key constituencies and electoral map strategies prior to the election.

Hardball: Is Clinton held to a higher standard of transparency?

Mark Penn on Hardball with Chris Matthews discussing whether Clinton is held to a higher standard of transparency.

Fox Business: Is the email scandal over, or will it continue to weigh on Clinton?

Mark Penn, 2008 Chief Campaign Strategist for Hillary Clinton, with the latest on the 2016 presidential campaign trail.

Fox Business: At the Democratic Convention (Day 4)

Mark Penn discusses the Democratic National Convention with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business News.

MSNBC: How Can Clinton Overcome Criticism?

Pollster Mark Penn discusses Hillary Clinton’s DNC speech, the points she made, and the effect it could have on poll numbers.

Fox Business: Is Clinton highlighting the historical significance of her nomination too much?

Mark Penn, Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Chief Campaign Strategist, on Hillary Clinton’s political career and presidential nomination.

The Atlantic: Mark Penn on the State of the Election

From the viewpoint of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Mark Penn joined The Atlantic’s Washington Editor at Large, Steve Clemons for an in depth conversation on the state of the race and the many issues facing the country.

MSNBC: The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell

Mark Penn, a democratic pollster and veteran of the Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton war rooms, discusses the latest campaign polls with Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC’s The Last Word.

Fox Business: Tax reform the top issue for the next president?

Former Hillary Clinton Campaign Senior Strategist Mark Penn on Hillary Clinton’s scandals, her tax plan and the Republican field in the presidential race.

Mark Penn discusses public opinion polling at the Graduate School of Political Management

Mark Penn, former senior adviser to President Bill Clinton, discusses public opinion polling and its role in presidential decision making with senior officials from the Clinton and George W. Bush White Houses.

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