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St. Mary’s College of Maryland Political Science Faculty Predict Clinton as Next President

In keeping with tradition, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Political Science Department has issued its Election 2016 predictions. There is unanimous agreement that Hilary Clinton will beat Donald Trump though by varying margins. Most see a Democratic Senate majority, however, one professor predicts a Republican majority will welcome President-elect Clinton.

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Indiana University Experts Available to Discuss Elections

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Trump Win Could Trigger Peso Plummet

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Winning Was Easy. Governing's Harder. There's Gotta Be a Morning After (and How to Prepare for It)

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University of Utah Faculty Available to Address State and National Election Results

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Election 2016: @UNLV Experts Available for Political Commentary

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@Floridastate Election Experts Are Available to Give #ElectionFinalThoughts

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Vanderbilt professors on the new president’s first 100 days

Vanderbilt University experts can discuss a number of topics that will come up during the new president’s first 100 days. We have a 24/7 broadcast studio, where our experts can do live/taped interviews for TV and radio.  Presidential Transitions, Presidential Appointees, Civil Service Reform David Lewis: Chair, Political Science Lewis can discuss the inherent problems of a new president appointing 3,000 positions, how the government appointee system could be fixed, the importance of the president’s first 100 days and which past presidents did a good job during the transition and which did not.

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The Final Verdict: Political Science, Rhetoric, Sociology, Legal and Policy Experts Available for Comment

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UIC Journal Shows ‘Bots’ Sway Political Discourse, Could Impact Election

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Researchers worry that robot-generated tweets distort political online discussion and may impact election outcomes.

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Political Scientists Available on Presidential Election

Northwestern University political science professors Alvin B. Tillery Jr., Jaime Dominguez and Laurel Harbridge are available to comment on the presidential election in its final stretch – early predictions, impact of Latino voters, what to make of tightening polls and more.

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Expert: University of Washington -- the Dangerous Implications of a Trump-Putin ‘Bromance’

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Scott Radnitz of the University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies comments on the real or imagined effects of Russian influence on the Trump campaign and election 2016.

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Faculty Comment on 2016 Presidential Election

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Several faculty experts at the University of Notre Dame are available to comment on issues including immigration, trade, security, international policy and more.

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Pre-Election Day Voting Accounts for More Than 1-in-3 Ballots Cast in Recent Presidential Elections, but Has Received Very Little Attention

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Impact of Clinton email review depends on number of undecided voters

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History, Voting Rights and the Youth Vote: Experts From DePaul University Discuss Election Day

DePaul University faculty experts are available discuss how the presidential, national and local elections relate to various topics in U.S. history, politics and culture.

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Fictional Leaders Affect How Voters View Presidential Candidates

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Could watching fictional characters like Katniss from The Hunger Games or the Doctor in the Doctor Who series influence the way Americans view leadership and consequently affect the outcome of the upcoming presidential election? According to a new study designed to test the effects that fictional portrayals of leadership have on the leadership traits Americans value most, the answer is yes.

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Judges Should Be Appointed, Not Elected

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New Texas Tech Study Shows Participation, Trust by Hispanics in Politics Has Room for Improvement

The study was conducted by the Thomas Jay Harris Institute for Hispanic & International Communication.

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Channeling Influence: How Companies Use Campaign Contributions to Compete

After the 1996 telecom deregulation, American cable, broadband, and phone companies became highly strategic in their campaign finance strategy, using donations to state legislators to gain advantage with appointed regulators. And when their competitors started opening their wallets, companies and PACs became even more generous, according to research by Rui J.P. de Figueiredo.







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