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Election 2012 (Suffolk University)

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Election 2012 (Suffolk University)

Are you registered to vote? If so, do you know who you’ll choose when you step into the booth?

"Presidential elections are one of the most exciting times in American political life," explains Suffolk government professor Rachael Cobb. "But for new voters it can also be daunting, because it's often hard to sort through so much information. Public spaces for civic discourse and discovery offer the community a place to come together, share ideas, and learn about the key issues and central debates that animate American political life."

For some, election season means weighing the candidates’ merits to see whose policies they prefer. Other have their minds made up already, but don’t want to miss out on all the exciting political theatre of a national election. Wherever you fall on that spectrum, Suffolk’s Election Series 2012 events will keep you informed and entertained!

    October 24: Why do Swing States Matter? With Michael Dukakis, Peter Blute & Suffolk Pollster David Paleologos
    October 24: Behind the Curtain: A Curious Look at Campaigns 2012: Presented as part of the Open Minds Series with MassINC
    November 1: Death with Dignity, or Dangerous and Discriminatory? A roundtable discussion with experts on both sides of the issue, presented by The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service.

Events with Distinguished Visiting Scholar Rogers Smith

    October 30: “Barack Obama and America’s Polarized Politics”  
    November 1: “The Constitution and Equal Citizenship in the 21st Century”  

For more information, please contact Emily Fritz-Endres at efritz-endres@suffolk.edu or 617.573.8570.