Join faculty members from the Department of Political Science and Policy Studies on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 4:15 p.m. to learn more about the 2020 general election results. Faculty will break down where things stand as votes are still being counted in the presidential election.
Faculty members from the Department of Political Science and Policy Studies will lead an online discussion on Thursday, Nov. 5, about the results of the 2020 Election.
It has become a department tradition to gather in the days following a national election to discuss the results and what they mean going forward. During the Zoom discussion that is open to the university community, members of the department will discuss what is known and what is unknown as votes are likely still being counted in some areas. Faculty will also discuss the outcome of competitive U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races as well as what these results mean going forward.
Students can submit questions during the panel and faculty will respond to as many questions as time allows.
The event will take place on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 4:15 p.m. Join the discussion by clicking on this link.
The discussion is one of a number of post-election events for the university community. Learn more about other events here.