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The Campaign for the Republican Nomination for President, Friday Public Affairs Discussion Group
Will the Republican nominee for President win the 2012 election because voters want to distance themselves from those who are in office when unemployment is high? Find out what reputation the winner of the straw poll at the Florida Republican convention might have on the nominee outcome, at this week's Public Affairs Discussion Group. Join us on Friday, October 14 at 12:30 pm in the 2nd floor Research Commons-Mather Room.
Justin Buchler is an elections specialist who uses spatial models to study the effects of competitive elections on political institutions. FInd out his position on healthy vs failed democracy as he shares his view of election results, plus more about his recently published book, Hiring and Firing Public Officials: Rethinking the Purpose of Elections.
Sponsored by the Center for Policy Studies and hosted each Friday at the Kelvin Smith Library, these open discussions are designed to encourage scholarly interactions between the university and the public.
The Kelvin Smith Library location map also indicates an underground parking garage for visitors (fee), and nearby metered street parking, as available.
Posted by Karen Oye on October 13, 2011 12:02 AM