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Report Points to Racial Disparities in Nearly All Forms of Political Participation in California

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Latinos and Asian Americans are the least likely to have a say in California’s politics, during election cycles and year round. That is one of the key findings of a new report by Advancement Project and the UC Riverside School of Public Policy.

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What Does Brexit Mean for Global Trade, the Economy, and the U.S. Election? Chicago Booth Experts Weigh In.

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Political Pitfalls in Handling Ebola May Carry Over to Zika

If the United States responds to Zika the way it did to Ebola—and early indications are that in many ways it is—the country can expect missteps brought about by a lack of health care coordination and a lot of political finger pointing, according to an analysis by the University of Michigan.

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UT Texas Politics Poll: A Vote for Trump is a Vote Against Clinton

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Texas voters support businessman Donald Trump over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, though large portions of each candidates’ supporters describe their choice as a vote against the opposing candidate rather than a vote in favor of their chosen candidate, according to the latest poll conducted by The University of Texas at Austin.

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Running Mates and Rebellion: WFU Expert Available for Comment on Political Conventions

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Non-Violent Protest in a Time of Crisis: Civil Rights Icon Promotes Humanity Through House Sit-in, Researcher Says

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New Book Explains "Democracy for Realists."

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Would you believe that Hillary Clinton’s supporters are more liberal than those of Bernie Sanders? How about this? In the voting booth, election-year droughts and floods have a major impact on whether an incumbent or challenger wins an election. And finally: People don’t choose a candidate because they agree with them on the issues.

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UK Perspective on the Gun Control Debate in the US: Adam Quinn, Senior Lecturer in International Politics, University of Birmingham

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Salisbury University Professor Available for Analysis on Senate Gun Control Votes

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UT Expert Discusses Critical Voting Groups for 2016 Election

The 2016 presidential elections will be one of the nation's historic races—both because of the presumptive candidates and the voter groups each will drive to the polls—according to a political science expert at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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Research in Social Opinion Dynamics Sheds Light on Trump's Political Rise

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Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute used mathematical models to investigate how opinions spread when there is unusual dissent or diversity, as was the case for much of the 2016 Republican primary season, which began with 17 candidates seeking the party’s nomination.

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Experts: Hillary Clinton’s Political Success the Culmination of Historic Efforts

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Outcomes of Supreme Court Decisions Could Affect Democratic, Republican Struggle to Control the U.S. Senate, Expert Says

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Texas A&M University Experts Available for Comment on Clinton Win

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Will You Cast a Presidential Ballot on Nov. 8? UCI-Led Study Finds Questions Highly Effective in Influencing Behavior

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New study in the Journal of Consumer Psychology finds if people are asked a question – typically regarding a socially normative behavior – they are more likely to act consistently with the social norm than someone merely reminded or encouraged to engage in the behavior. Results could prove beneficial to presidential campaigns as candidates battle to get voters to the polls.

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Clinton Win Marks Watershed Moment for Women

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The Day After: Expert Available to Discuss Where Candidates Stand After the June 7 Primaries and Caucuses

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Clinton/Trump Race Will Be Historically Negative, Says Author of Book on Nastiest Political Races of All Time.

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Tufts University Experts Available for Comment on Presidential Primaries, Impact of Youth Voting

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International Perspective on the U.S. Elections. UK Prof. Scott Lucas Available for Interviews