For Immediate Release
November 9, 2012
Contacts: Richard Wellons, 301-314-2736 or email@example.com
What Happened? Election 2012 Analyzed by Top University of Maryland Faculty
- The University of Maryland's Center for American Politics and Citizenship (CAPC), Honors College, and University Library System, will sponsor a forum to discuss and analyze the 2012 elections and their implications for policymaking. Participants will include faculty from the University's Department of Government and Politics and the School of Public Policy.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Special Events Room - 6137 McKeldin Library, University of Maryland.
- Panelists will feature:
Professor and Chair Irwin Morris (Presidential Election)
Assistant Professor Kristina Miler (Congressional Elections)
Professor and Director of CAPC Paul Herrnson (Campaign Finance)
Assistant Professor Brian McKenzie (the African American Vote and the Religious Vote)
Assistant Professor and CAPC Research Fellow Stella Rouse (the Latino Vote)
Associate Professor and CAPC Research Director Mike Hanmer (Voting Reform or the Youth Vote)
Professor and Director of the Social Policy Program Chris Foreman (School of Public Policy) (Impact of the Election on the Future of Social Policy)
Visiting Associate Professor and CAPC Research Fellow Robert Koulish (Impact of the Election on the Future of Immigration Policy)
- Media coverage is welcome. Parking is available in the Union Lane Garage. Download a campus map.
- For more information contact:
Center for American Politics and Citizenship