Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Post Election Panel, Thurs., Nov 13th, 2014

The Political Science Department is hosting a post-election panel on Thursday, November 13. Please join us to learn about what the recent mid-term election results mean for the future course of local, regional, and national politics. We’ve assembled a dynamic group of American Politics professors to share their views and respond to your questions and comments:

Megan Ming Francis: What the election means for issues of civil rights and civil liberties, especially surveillance laws/policy.
Mark Smith: Why Republicans Won the Senate: Candidate quality, the map of Senate seats at stake, and voter turnout, including young voters.
John Wilkerson: Now Republicans need to prove they can govern? What a Republican-controlled Congress means for policy.

Event Details
When: Thursday, November 13, 4:30-6:00pm
Where: Odegaard 220

To RSVP, go to our one question poll at:

Light refreshments will be served. Your RSVP helps us know how much food to order.