Washington VIPs gather to celebrate Mark Penn's new book
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A bipartisan party on Tuesday night feted presidential pollster Mark Penn over the release of his new book.

Guests poured in to the Georgetown home of Penn and his wife, No Labels founder Nancy Jacobson, to celebrate the release of “Microtrends Squared: The New Small Forces Driving Today’s Big Disruptions.” 

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Penn, managing partner of The Stagwell Group and a contributor to The Hill, collaborated on the book with PR maven Meredith Fineman.

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