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Panel discussion: Will the election ever end?

Posted 11/16/00

Members of the Government Department faculty at Dartmouth will gather to discuss the presidential election today at 4 p.m. in 1 Rockefeller Hall. The title of the panel is "So What Now? An Assessment About the Continuing, Unfolding, When-Will-It-Be-Over 200 Presidential Election!"

Dartmouth faculty members have watched the recounts, debates about the Electoral College's value and involvement of the Florida courts, and they all have opinions. Participating will be: Lynn Mather, Acting Director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center and Professor of Government, who specializes in courts and public policy among other things; Lynn Vavreck, Assistant Professor of Government, who specializes in campaign and elections, media and politics and public opinion; Dean Spiliotes, Assistant Professor of Government, who specializes in American presidencies and American political behavior, political institutions and political economy; and Nancy Crowe, Assistant Professor of Government, who specializes in Constitutional law and judicial decision making; and Richard Winters, Professor and Chair of the Government Department, who specializes in American state government and politics. Winters will moderate the panel and may add his comments.

The discussion is free and open to the public. For information call 646-3874.

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