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Midterm Elections: Florida State University Experts Discuss 2014 Elections

Come Tuesday, Florida may find itself at the center of national attention once again as voters decide the winner in a closely contested governor’s race and the fate of a ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana. Florida State’s nationally recognized experts are available to provide analysis and commentary on the election.

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#TexasTech Political and Communications Experts Available to Discuss #Election2014

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Arkansas Poll Finds GOP Leading in Races

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Results of the 16th annual Arkansas Poll show that likely voters prefer Republican candidates, although a record significant gap divides male and female voters.

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Liberal or Conservative? Brain Responses to Disgusting Images Help Reveal Political Leanings

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An team of scientists led by Virginia Tech reports that the strength of a person’s reaction to repulsive images can forecast their political ideology. The brain’s response to a single disgusting image was enough to predict an individual’s political ideology.

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Election Day 2014: GW Experts Available

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Politicians Use Hip Hop Music and References to Exploit Fears About Moral Decline and/or Boost Their Public Appeal

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Sociologists Available to Discuss Election-Related Issues

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Traditional, Tea Party Conservatives Seem Split on Foreign Policy

Foreign policy looms large as the 2014 midterm elections approach. But traditional conservatives and their tea party counterparts may bring different concerns and motivations to the November ballot, according to University of Washington political scientist Christopher Parker.

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Swarthmore College Expert on Effective Civic Engagement and Voter Enthusiasm

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This Year’s Midterm Election Is Not As Monumental As 1994, Political Scientist Says

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