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State Legislatures Furthering Their Agendas By Overruling City Officials

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North Carolina Politics Expert Available to Comment on Justice Dept./HB2

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Trump Not Changing His Stripes Since Clinching Nomination

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The New President Must Emphasize Not Only the Moral and Social Benefits of Lowering Inequality, but Also the Macroeconomic Benefits

The new president should use her or his critical first year to reframe inequality as the crucial macroeconomic issue.

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WVU Political Scientist Calls WV “Perfect Fit” for Donald Trump’s Campaign Demographics & Message

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A Party Divided, GOP Convention Could Be One for the Record Books

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Vanderbilt and UCLA Debut Spotcheck Website to Evaluate Political Ads

In an election season that will shatter the record for money spent on a presidential campaign, political scientists at Vanderbilt and UCLA have created SpotCheck, a new approach for assessing political ads using internet-based surveys. “We now can present evidence as opposed to speculation about the impact of a political spot,” says John Geer, the Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt, who is partnering with Professor of Political Science Lynn Vavreck at UCLA on this new approach.

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Women as VP Candidates Won't Help Cruz or Trump Win

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Cornell Expert on Latino Politics and Immigration Available to Comment on Trump’s Speech at Noon

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The ‘Acela Primary’ Results: Parties Need to Wrap Up Nomination Contests or Face Damage to Nominees, Expert Says

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The Cruz-Kasich ‘Stop Trump’ Move: GOP Primaries Approach ‘Hunger Games’ Level of Intrigue, Political Scientist Says

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Americans Overwhelmingly Engaged in 2016 Election but Tone of Race Is Affecting Voters, New GW Battleground Poll Shows

The 2016 presidential election is on the top of most Americans’ minds, according to the latest George Washington University Battleground Poll. Despite, or perhaps because of, the high level of engagement, voters have negative views of almost all major candidates, and report the tone of the race is wearing on them.

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Obama’s Balancing Act - Reduce U.S. Footprint While Holding World Order

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Countering Islamic State Requires a Stronger US-Coalition Strategy

The current effort by the United States and its coalition partners is insufficient to achieve the lasting defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq and Syria, according to a new RAND report.

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Cornell Experts: NY Primary Signals Political Rebellion

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International Perspective on U.S. Presidential Primaries from UK Political Science Experts

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N.Y. Primary Results Critical to Top Candidates' Aspirations to Be Party's Presidential Nominee

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Larry Jacobs, Political Expert From Humphrey School at the University of Minnesota, Is Available to Comment on Many Aspects of Politics and the 2016 Election.

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Social Media Fuels Grassroots Political Activism and Participation, says Baldwin Wallace Poli Sci Prof

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Dr. Lauren Copeland, associate director of BW’s Community Research Institute and assistant professor of political science, has published a new article focusing on the relationship between social media use and political participation in the Journal of Information Technology & Politics. "Networked Publics: How Connective Social Media Use Facilitates Political Consumerism among LGBT Americans" examines "how social media use increases the likelihood of engaging in political activism among members of an LGBT issue public with varying levels of political interest."

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N.Y. Primary Is "Do or Die" for Sanders

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