2020 Legislative Recap and November Election Preview

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Join the National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (NRC) for a webinar recapping the busy rail-related legislative year and previewing the November 2020 election. Our all-star panel will include insights and perspectives from the freight rail industry, commuter & passenger rail community, and from the national media covering transportation issues.

This webinar provides an opportunity to learn about the status of critical legislation that impacts the rail industry, as well as preview and discuss key races that will determine rail and transportation decision-making in both chambers of Congress and the White House. You will not want to miss this invaluable information from these esteemed panelists.

When: October 22, 2020, 2 to 3 pm, EDT

Register: This webinar is open to NRC member companies and their employees. Contact the NRC for registration information.


  • Sam Mintz, Transportation Reporter and author of Morning Transportation blog, POLITICO
  • Stacy Mortensen, Executive Director, San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (ACE Train) and San Joaquin Joint Powers Authority
  • David Woodruff, Assistant Vice President & Head of U.S. Public and Government Affairs, Canadian National Railway


  • Matt Ginsberg, President TGA Association Management Solutions, LLC, NRC’s government relations firm

Questions? Please reach out to NRC staff by email at info@nrcma.org or by phone at 202.975.0365.

What our members say…

The NRC’s fundamental role is to provide valuable connections. The association has a well-earned reputation for facilitating countless opportunities to connect members with other industry influencers, including railway engineering and operating professionals, elected and public officials, government regulators, and other rail associations and groups.

Steve Bolte

Vice President, Business Development North America

Danella Companies

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