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Article ID: 568241

U-M Experts for Midterm Elections Coverage

University of Michigan

The University of Michigan has experts available to discuss voting behavior, voting patterns, and other aspects of the coming midterm elections.

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9-Sep-2010 12:20 PM EDT
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Law and Public Policy

Article ID: 567975

Political Forecaster Predicts Large Republican Gains in House of Representatives

University at Buffalo

Political prognosticator James E. Campbell, professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at the University at Buffalo, predicts that the Democrats can expect to lose 51 seats in the House of Representatives in the November election, producing a Republican majority.

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31-Aug-2010 4:20 PM EDT
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 526695

Political Expert: First 100 Hours In Congress Was Not Historic

University of New Hampshire

The 100-hour legislative effort by the new congress is not historic and portends little about future success. "We're already seeing some major fissures in the House leadership, particularly between the old bulls like John Dingell and Nancy Pelosi. The Democratic majority is not large enough that any truly radical or historical legislation is likely to make it through," says Andrew Smith, director of the UNH Survey Center.

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19-Jan-2007 7:00 PM EST
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 525351

Post-Election Democrats Will Push Popular Agenda, Appeal to Moderates, Expert Says

Washington University in St. Louis

If Democrats want to expand their House and Senate majorities, they need to protect new members who were elected from Republican-leaning districts while showing they can govern by passing a limited popular agenda, suggests Steven S. Smith, a congressional expert at Washington University in St. Louis.

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16-Nov-2006 7:30 PM EST
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 524991

Professor: Political Parties More Savvy About Latino Demographic

Purdue University

Latino voters could play a deciding role in some midterm elections, says a Purdue University expert.

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5-Nov-2006 7:45 PM EST
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 524981

New Hampshire Pollster Available To Discuss Tightening Of State's Congressional Races

University of New Hampshire

Andrew Smith, associate research professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire and director of the UNH Survey Center, is available to discuss the latest polling data that suggests that New Hampshire's two Republican congressmen may be in danger of losing their seats next Tuesday in the mid-term elections.

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5-Nov-2006 7:00 PM EST
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 524969

'Blogwars' Examines Growing Impact Blogs Have on Campaign Ads, Fundraising

University of Kansas

Upcoming book to examine effect of blogs on 2006 election and what to expect in 2008 election.

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5-Nov-2006 11:10 AM EST
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Pop Culture

Article ID: 524867

Researchers Track Elections Via Prediction Markets

University of Chicago

As voters prepare for the polls Nov. 7, computer scientists at the University of Chicago and Yahoo! Research are calling attention to the uncanny track record that an Irish securities trading market has for accurately predicting the outcome of U.S. elections.

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1-Nov-2006 5:40 PM EST
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New Media, Old Politics: Web's Value to Young Voters Largely Untapped

University of Wisconsin-Madison

While millions of young people use the Internet to build expansive social networks, most political campaigns never manage to take the training wheels off the technology, using it mainly for tightly controlled, one-way communication.

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31-Oct-2006 4:15 PM EST
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Article ID: 524763

Expert Available To Discuss Religious Voters And The Mid-Term Election

University of New Hampshire

Michele Dillon, professor of sociology at the University of New Hampshire, is available to discuss the role of religious voters in the upcoming mid-term elections.

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31-Oct-2006 5:00 AM EST
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