Baruch College Welcomes Political Experts to Analyze U.S. Presidential Election Results
NEW YORK, NY- November 7, 2012 – The recent U.S. Presidential Debates offered a chance to watch the candidates present their political platforms as they seek the job of Commander-in-Chief. On Thursday, November 8, the Baruch community is invited to a panel discussion analyzing the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election results.
The panel will feature CBS Election and Polling Analyst Monika McDermott, a Fordham University Professor; Baruch Associate Professor Louis Bolce, who teaches courses on American politics and elections; and David Jones, a Baruch Political Science professor who is an expert on voting behavior and a former exit poll analyst for The New York Times. The discussion will be moderated by Thomas Halper, the chair of Baruch’s Political Science Department. Lunch will be provided.
Learn more about Baruch's Election 2012 news and information at: www.baruch.cuny.edu/election2012
WHAT: “The 2012 Elections: What Happened and Why – Plus Some Premature Predictions” Panel Discussion
WHEN: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. (EST), Thursday, November 8
WHERE: Newman Vertical Campus Building, Room 3-160
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