As the race to the White House heads toward the finish line, we examine the candidates who beat out dozens of others for their party’s nomination, the issues that surround their campaigns and what we can anticipate in 2017 and beyond. Americans will make a historic choice as they elect a new president this year. Join us this fall to explore the unique, and not so unusual, characteristics of Election 2016.
SUSAN JOHNSON Associate Professor, Political Science and Assistant Dean, College of Letters and Sciences
TED GIMBEL Assistant Professor, Political Science
JOLLY EMREY Associate Professor and Chair, Political Science
ERIC LOEPP Assistant Professor, Political Science
GREG JEFFERS Assistant Professor, Sociology, Criminology and Anthropology
COREY DAVISAssociate Professor, Communication
F. PETER WAGNER Associate Professor, Political Science
JONAH RALSTONAssistant Professor, Political Science
JOLLY EMREY, SUSAN JOHNSON, ERIC LOEPP
RICHARD HAVEN Professor Emeritus, Communication
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