Dornsife Dialogues: Democracy During the Pandemic: Are Public Officials Making the Right Decisions?

Wednesday, May 20 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm

This is a past event.
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The pandemic has forced public officials at all levels of government to make difficult decisions on how to campaign, when and how to hold elections, how to apportion relief money and resources, and more. How have partisan leanings impacted their actions, are they making the right decisions, and how will voter turnout be impacted? New findings from a national survey and analysis of federal spending help provide some answers.
Christian Grose, associate professor of political science and public policy will join Nico Napolio, a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, for a discussion moderated by Jane Junn, professor of political science and gender studies.
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