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Department of Political Science

Election Forum

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The Department of Political Science hosts election forums to offer scholarly insights on campaigns, election outcomes and policy, and to foster civil, academic discourse about American politics.

University of South Carolina 2021 Post-Election Forum 
7 p.m. | Tuesday, January 19, 2020

On the eve of the presidential inauguration, four political scientists from the University of South Carolina share their interpretations of the 2020 election and the impact it will have on the future of government in the United States.

Topics include women voters, election forecasts and voter turnout, continuity and change in Congress, and the impact the election could have on redistricting.

This event is sponsored by the University of South Carolina Department of Political Science and South Carolina Humanities.

Speakers and Topics

Katelyn Stauffer

Katelyn Stauffer

Putting Women Voters in Context

Elizabeth Connors

Elizabeth Connors

Social Desirability and the 2020 Election

Robert Oldendick

Robert Oldendick

Election 2020: Continuity and Change

Joshua Meyer-Gutbrod

Joshua Meyer-Gutbrod

The Next Ten Years: Examining the Potential Impact of the 2020 Election on Redistricting

 This event will be livestreamed, and questions can be shared online during the event.

Click here to register.

View the October 2020 Pre-Election Forum on YouTube.


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