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Reeher comments on 2020 NY presidential primary in Daily Star

February 20, 2020

Professor of Political Science Grant Reeher likens the 2020 Democratic primary to the 2016 GOP primary when several rivals of then-candidate Donald Trump kept their campaigns alive for as long as possible in hopes of stopping the eventual nominee's rise.

Reeher speaks to US News about 2020 elections in NY State

January 9, 2020

"It solidifes their majority, and puts in place this idea that New York is just blue, full stop," says Grant Reeher, professor of political science. "And it seems like it's going to be really tough for Republicans to make a real run at the governor's seat, given what we've seen in recent elections." 

Reeher comments on impeachment vote in Democrat & Chronicle

December 19, 2019

"The fact that this in the end became such a strict party line vote, I think it’s going to reinforce the divisions that already exist," says Grant Reeher, professor of political science and director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute.

Reeher weighs in on the race for Onondaga County executive in Politico

October 30, 2019

“He [incumbent Ryan McMahon] is keen on making his own mark and I think he’s in a very good position to do so,” said Grant Reeher, professor of political science and director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. “I don’t think there’s a big reason to send him packing.”

WP 198 Retention Heterogeneity in New York City Schools

October 31, 2016
Using regression discontinuity methods, the authors find that female students are 25% more likely to be retained in their grade due to exam failure than boys. 

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Out of the Ivory Tower

June 28, 2015

Maxwell’s Kristi Andersen is part of a small cast of Central New York scholars who convene weekly to reflect on public events and issues — all for the benefit of a local television audience. This they have done now more than 500 times!

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