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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.
Taylor weighs in on US-Russia relations under Biden in RFE/RL article
McCormick discusses post-election US-Mexico relations with AP, CNN
Barkun quoted in Wash Post article on the dark mood of the election
Reeher discusses Biden's debate strategy in The Hill
Stonecash provides insight on understanding the election in NY Times
Cohen piece on critical race theory, US election published in El País
Reeher discusses Biden-Trump competing town halls in USA Today
Reeher speaks to VOA about why the VP is important this election
Reeher weighs in on Trump's impact on Katko's campaign in The Citizen
Banks expresses concern about election aftermath in Spectrum article
Thompson discusses impact of Trump's health with CNY Central, KPCC
Gadarian speaks to FiveThirtyEight, WAER about Trump's diagnosis
Lovely quoted in Washington Times article on Trump, Biden and trade
Reeher discusses the media's treatment of Trump in The Hill
Lovely comments on US-China tech war in Axios article
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