Date(s) - 12/15/20
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

DECEMBER 15, 2020

November 2020 Election Analysis

 Winners of this year’s election, from the White House to the Statehouse to the Court House, will be facing unprecedented times, including a worldwide pandemic, an uncertain economic recovery, and ongoing tensions over race. The actions taken to address these issues will have far-reaching effects on everything, including the framework of the modern-day workforce. Our bipartisan panel of speakers will share their analysis of the results of the November election and potential implications on labor-employment relations in 2021 and beyond.


               Terry Casey

Terry Casey is a graduate of Ohio State University, with business administration and journalism studies. Mr. Casey has worked over five decades with state legislators, including Speaker Jo Ann Davidson, judges, mayors, state officeholders, members of Congress, community groups, schools, etc., for research and media on various public policy issues.

Mr. Casey was the former Administrative Assistant to Columbus Mayor Tom Moody and U.S. Congressman Sam Devine. He has served on the Franklin County Board of Elections, Board Member for 14 years, and Board Chairman for 12 years as well as the  former Chairman of State Board of Voting Machine Examiners. Since January 2011, has been Chairman of the State Board of Personnel Review appointed by Governor John Kasich. Mr. Casey has been a regular panelist on WOSU-TV “Columbus on the Record” for the past eleven years.  He is also a regular on other media/news programs, including WCMH-TV’s Spectrum show with Colleen Marshall, WBNS-TV’s Face the State, etc. His community involvement includes Columbus Metropolitan Library, Board of Trustees, 14 years; Board President for two years, including the Columbus library system gaining national ranking as the number one library in the United States.  He was named in 2001 to the Ohio Library Trustee Hall of Fame and former statewide Ohio Library Council Chair.

Mr. Casey is an extensive student of history and travel.  He has visited 23 different countries in Europe and 6 continents.

               Herb Asher

Dr. Herb Asher is professor emeritus of political science at The Ohio State University. He previously served as counselor to the university president, senior vice president for government affairs, special assistant to the university president for government relations, and founding director of the John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy. He is frequently called upon as an expert political analyst by local and national media. Dr. Asher earned his degrees at Bucknell University (B.S. Mathematics) and the University of Michigan (M.A. and Ph. D. in political science).

Dr. Asher serves as faculty adviser to several student organizations, including the Ohio State University College Democrats. He also serves on the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees of Hillel and formerly served as faculty adviser to the Undergraduate Student Government, College Republicans, and to two fraternities. Dr. Asher is a former member and chair of the Ohio Ethics Commission and is currently a member of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. He was also a member of the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission and is currently on the board of trustees of Equality Ohio. He is a former member of the Board of Trustees of Community Research Partners, a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Columbus Metropolitan Club, a former member of the Ohio State University Alumni Association Board of Directors, and former president of the Ohio State University Faculty Club.

Dr. Asher has authored numerous books and articles. He is currently working on The History of Ohio State University during the Second Administration of President Gordon Gee and will be writing a book on lessons of university presidential and trustee leadership.

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