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In the Media

El-Sayed discusses the effectiveness of Obama's midterm remarks

Nov 5, 2022 The New Republic
Abdul El-Sayed, The New Republic: "Obama in his remarks reminds Democrats of how to “hit back”—how to remind Americans that beyond the “inflation” talking points are real people living real lives—and that Republican plans would simply make their...
In the Media

Rabe urges Dems to flaunt their success

Feb 18, 2022 E&E News
With the 2022 midterm elections approaching, Barry Rabe, J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Professor of Public Policy, advised Democrats to take advantage of their successful legislative action. "It’s almost a political no-brainer to show what...
Harry A. and Margaret D. Towsley Foundation Lecture Series, Policy Talks @ the Ford School

Managing presidential campaigns: Lessons learned in 2020

Nov 18, 2020, 12:00-1:00 pm EST
Join us for a discussion on elections and campaigns, in 2020 and beyond. The discussion will include Katie Packer Beeson, former deputy campaign manager for the Romney/Ryan campaign in 2012 and founding partner of Burning Glass Consulting, and Greg Schultz, general election strategist and senior advisor for the 2020 Biden campaign. Broderick Johnson, Towsley Policymaker in Residence, will moderate. 
PubPol 683

PubPol 683: Elections & Campaigns

Gerald Hills
Tuesday
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Fall 2022
5:30-8:20 pm EST

There is no policy without victory. More precisely, well-planned and well-executed political campaigns win elections and make governing possible.

PUBPOL 683

PUBPOL 683: Elections & Campaigns

Gerald Hills
Tuesday
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Fall 2020
5:30-8:20 pm EST

This course can be taken in-person or remotely online.

The purpose of PubPol 683 is to examine campaigns and explain what happens and why.  Remember: There is no policy without victory.   

PUBPOL 750.307

PUBPOL 750.307: Topics: Campaign Finance Reform

Richard Hall
Monday, Wednesday
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Winter 2019
11:30 am-12:50 pm EST Download Syllabus

Federal election spending from all sources has doubled over the last twenty years and the 2018 election continued the trend.  Campaign spending in the midterms exceeded $5 billion for the first time, much of it coming from  Super PACs and "dark mo