Tonight on PoliticKING: Kristen Soltis Anderson and Anna Neistat

Republican strategist, pollster, and author, Kristen Soltis Anderson joins Larry King to discuss Millennials and what they're contribution to the 2016 election may mean for Republicans.Then: Amnesty International's Senior Director for Research, Anna Neistat, speaks with Larry King to discuss the latest in Syria and the global refugee crisis.

Kristen Soltis Anderson is co-founder of Echelon Insights, an opinion research, data analysis and digital intelligence firm. She is author of The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up).She is also a columnist for The Daily Beast. During the fall of 2014, she was a Resident Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics. Previously, she served as Vice President of The Winston Group, a Republican polling firm in DC.

In 2013, she was named one ofTIME Magazine’s “30 under 30 Changing the World,” Marie Claire’s “New Guard“ of fifty rising female leaders, one of Campaigns & Elections’ “The Influencers 50” as one of the campaign “disruptors” to watch, and as one of National Journal Magazine’s “25 Most Influential Women Under 35 in Washington.”


Anna Neistat is a leading human rights expert and specialist in conflict areas, and has been appointed Amnesty International’s new Senior Director for Research.A Russian national, Anna Neistat has been involved in international human rights work for more than 18 years.

Anna Neistat is responsible for leading and developing Amnesty International’s global research agenda, ensuring consistently high standards, as well as overseeing the organization’s global crisis response. She provides expert political and human rights advice to the Secretary General and the movement, and represents Amnesty International at high-level government, media and intergovernmental fora.


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