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A national election—especially a presidential election—raises important policy questions and priorities, debated by the candidates, discussed by voters and enacted by the new administration. More taxes or fewer? Embrace immigration or resist it? Pro-business
or pro-environment? Free-market versus government regulation? The list goes on and on.
In every corner of the Maxwell School are experts on these topics. Presented below are clips featuring Maxwell faculty speaking to various aspects of U.S. presidential elections.
Murrett talks to GovExec about presidential transition activities
Banks comments on election results in China Daily
Gadarian provides post-election commentary on TRT World, WAER
Flores-Lagunes comments on October jobs report in MarketWatch
Jacobson weighs in on the firing of Defense Secretary Mark Esper in FP
White discusses the importance of GA runoff elections in The Nation
Thorson provides key election takeaways in Washington Post article
Reeher provides election commentary to local, international press
Bybee talks to WSYR about how to deal with political polarization
Gadarian quoted in NPR article on COVID-19, support for Trump
Stonecash discusses what drives polarization in CSM
Lovely comments on auto trade under Biden presidency in CNBC article
Monnat talks to BuzzFeed News, Vox about COVID-19, Trump voter support
Bennett, Gadarian quoted in NYT on voters' fear for our democracy
Banks discusses election scenarios in AP, Medium, Military Times
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