Views From The U: The Political Science Of Election 2016

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University of Minnesota Political Science says
The Department of Political Science at the University of Minnesota presents "Views from the U: The Political Science of Election 2016."

Become your own pundit with the help of some of the University's leading political researchers.

UMN political science experts will answer your questions on modern politics - including topics like campaign strategy, political advertisements, campaign finance, race and gender, the national economy, foreign policy, and electoral rules and procedures.

Panelists--
Kathryn Pearson: "The 2016 Elections: How Unusual?"
Howard Lavine: "The Psychology of Partisan Polarization"
Joanne Miller: "Conspiracy Theories and the 2016 Election"
Tim Johnson: "What Does the 2016 Election Mean for the Future of the U.S. Supreme Court?"

Bring your own questions, the last half hour of the program is open for audience Q&A.

Free! Please register here: http://z.umn.edu/198t
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By: University of Minnesota Political Science

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