Ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, the ERLC policy team invites former Republican strategist Brent Leatherwood to the roundtable. Brent offers an insider’s look into the campaign trail, political polling, and the races to watch on election night. The group also offers encouragement to Christians on how to approach conversations about politics with their neighbors in a culture rife with division. We took some time off the air these past few weeks as our team was in transition, and now we’re glad to be back with you!
Prior to joining the ERLC as director of strategic partnerships, Brent Leatherwood served as the executive director of the Tennessee Republican Party, where he managed the organization’s campaign apparatus at the federal, state, and local levels. He also worked in Washington on Capitol Hill as a senior legislative aide to former Rep. Connie Mack (R–Fla.) Brent and his wife Meredith have three children and are members The Church at Avenue South, a church plant of Brentwood Baptist Church, where Brent serves as a deacon.
Resources from the Conversation
- Polling | FiveThirtyEight
- Polling | Real Clear Politics
- Polling | The Cook Political Report
- Polling | The Forecast with Harry Enten: CNN Politics
- Polling | WSJ/NBC News Polls
- Book | The Almanac of American Politics
- Book | How the Nations Rage by Jonathan Leeman
- ERLC Articles & Podcasts | Resources by Brent Leatherwood
- ERLC 2019 National Conference | Gospel Courage: Truth And Justice in a Divided World