ASPPA CEO Brian Graff with Mary Matalin and James Carville.

Leave it to consummate political figures Mary Matalin and James Carville to serve up a New Orleans-themed fusillade of pointed pre-election commentary—a nice way to get the juices flowing Sunday at the start of ASPPA’s 401(k) Summit.

The husband-and-wife team certainly lived up to their respective reputations as the Jeckyl and Hyde of the political world, though the two longtime campaign strategists and political operatives were also entirely cordial with session moderator, ASPPA’s CEO and executive director Brian Graff, himself a Beltway veteran.

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