What Kind of Presidential Election Is This?
Much of this year's general election, in Michigan and nationally, will be affected by the national race. The 2016 presidential election pits two of the least popular candidates in recent history against each other. The campaign is shaping up to be highly negative, and voter turnout may be low. The two candidates are running quite different campaigns, based upon their relative political experience, and Donald Trump seems to be suffering more from his inexperience. For Hillary Clinton, many observers and strategists are waiting to see if some other shoe drops to tighten the race. Please join us for this enlightening presentation as Professor Michael Traugott focuses on the current state of the national presidential race, presenting different scenarios for how it will finish. PDF FlyerProfessor Emeritus Michael Traugott, UM Center for Political Studies, Institute for
Social Research; and Communication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Christman/MML Building, First Floor, 208 North Capitol Avenue, Lansing, MI. 48933
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