University of South Carolina

Panel to discuss politics, state and national elections

The University of South Carolina will host a panel discussion about the 2010 state and national November elections Tuesday, Oct. 19.

The panel discussion, which will feature USC political science faculty members, is set for 7 p.m. in Gambrell Hall auditorium. It is free and open to the public.

Donald Fowler, an adjunct faculty member in the department of political science and former chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party and National Democratic Party, will lead the panel discussion.

Panelists will include faculty members Drs. Andrea McAtee, Bob Oldendick and Todd Shaw, who will discuss South Carolina’s gubernatorial and senatorial elections and other races in the Palmetto State as well as key state races nationally.

The event is organized and sponsored by the department of political science in USC’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Professional Society for International Studies.

For more information, call Dr. Dan Sabia at 803-777-3109.

By Office of Media Relations

Posted: 10/18/10 @ 12:25 PM | Updated: 10/18/10 @ 12:26 PM | Permalink