Campaign 2012


October 01, 2012

Learn More About the 2012 Election and join the discussion at a series of forums and TV events sponsored by the Department of Political Science, Political Science Student Association, the O’Neill Chair in Public Life, and 0thers.

Date and Time

Event

Location

September 12

11:45 – 12:45

“Electing the U.S. President”

Professor Michael Dukakis

105 Shillman

Sept. 25

2:50 – 4:30

“The Presidency: Romney vs. Obama”

Professors Mayer and Kay

105 Shillman

October 3

8:45 – 11:00 PM*

First Presidential Debate

Focus on Domestic Policy

Indoor Quad

Curry Student Center

October 9

1:35 – 3:00

“Brown vs. Warren and the U.S. Congress”

Professors Enrich, Mayer and Arenberg

108G West Village

October 11

8:45 – 11:00 PM*

Vice-Presidential Debate

90 Snell Library

October 15

1:35 – 2:40

“Religion at the Ballot Box”

Professors Dukakis and Miles

425 Shillman

October 22

8:45 – 11:00 PM*

Third Presidential Debate

Focus on Foreign Policy

90 Snell Library

October 24

12:00-1:25 PM

Direct Democracy and Ballot Questions

Question #2 – “Death with Dignity”

Question #3 – “Medical Marijuana”

Representatives from the Questions

415 Shillman

Oct. 31

11:45 – 1:15

“Assessing the Debates and the Homestretch”

Professors Gilbert, Schroeder and Kennedy

220 Shillman

November 6

8:00 – 11:30

Election Night

After Hours

Curry Student Center

November 29

10:00 – 4:00

“The Presidential Election of 2012: A Blue or Red Future”

Sponsored by O’Neill Chair in Public Life

Raytheon Amphitheatre

* The debates are from 9:00 – 10:30 PM Eastern Time. We will view the debates, followed by discussion and commentary. To learn more, see Commission on Presidential Debates at http://www.debates.org/.

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