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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.
Gadarian speaks to ABC News about partisanship and people's behaviors
Keck comments on priority of the Supreme Court in 2020 election in SBG
Popp quoted in Bloomberg article on Biden's climate plan
Reeher comments on political hyperbole in USA Today
Thompson discusses progress, role of women in politics on WAER
Thompson discusses local congressional races with CNY Central
Reeher speaks to the Independent about 2020 US political conventions
Latest Maxwell Perspective previews public affairs issues for voters
Jackson discusses Kamala Harris as VP pick in Teen Vogue, Truthout
Kurien quoted in Washington Post article on Harris's VP nomination
Radcliffe discusses the rationality of voting in The Hill
Reeher weighs in on Americans' political dissatisfaction in The Hill
Gadarian quoted in Scientific American on impact of COVID-19 on voting
Reeher discusses Trump reelection with The Hill
Can Biden win over Sanders supporters? Reeher discusses in USA Today
Professor Grant Reeher says Biden could have a hard time getting enthusiastic support from former Sanders supporters due to his lengthy record – three decades of Senate votes and two terms in the White House as President Barack Obama's vice president. It's "not gonna rub a lot of these Bernie Sanders supporters particularly in the right way," with how Biden has portrayed his own record, he says. Read more in the USA Today article "How Joe Biden is working to win over progressive voters."
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