Taking Stock of the 2020 Election: How Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Will Shape the Presidential Race

Thursday 15 October
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

A Panel Discussion featuring Drs. Melissa Deckman, Flavio Hickel and Eric L. McDaniel  

The 2016 Presidential Election was decided by fewer than 80,000 votes in three critical states: Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.  Many analysts believe that crucial to that outcome was a lack of turnout by minority voters-and the surprising fact that a majority of white women voters backed Donald Trump. This talk looks ahead to the Presidential election in November, with a special emphasis on how race, ethnicity and gender may shape the outcome this fall.

This event is free and open to the public, sponsored by the Goldstein Program in Public Affairs and the Political Science Department, but registration is required. 

Register in advance for this webinar:
Melissa Deckman is the Louis L. Goldstein Chair of Political Science at Washington College. Flavio Hickel is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Washington College. Eric L. McDaniel is an associate professor in the Department of Government and a fellow of both the Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis and the Population Research Center at the University of Texas.


Christine Wade

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