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SU Presidential Campaign and Communications Expert Available for Trump/Biden Debate Predictions and Analysis

20-Oct-2020 11:25 AM EDT, by Salisbury University

U.S. presidential candidate debates have proven more controversial during the 2020 election than any other in history. Dr. Joshua Bolton, assistant professor of communication at Salisbury University (MD), is available to provide analysis of the final debate between incumbent Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden.

Bolton has authored peer-reviewed book chapters and journal articles on presidential debates, campaign advertising and nominating conventions. His work has appeared in books including An Unprecedented Election: Media, Communication, and the Electorate in the 2016 Campaign and The Praeger Handbook of Political Campaigning in the United States, as well as scholarly publications such as the American Communication Journal.

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