US Elections 2012

Join us for our U.S. Post-Elections Panel: “Decoding the US Elections: What happened and what it will mean”. November 7th, from 1:30-3:00pm at the Henry Angus Building, Room 254.

Follow the discussion on our live blog (below), or follow CSDI’s Twitter @UBCDemocracy.
We’ll be using these hashtags: #obomney

A panel of UBC experts on politics and policy in the US will discuss the presidential campaign and voting results, the congressional elections, and their implications for  government, the economy, trade, energy, the environment, and foreign policy.  Panelists will examine the significance of the election for Canada.
Hosted by the UBC US Studies, UBC Political Science, and UBC’s Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

Listen to Paul Quirk on The Early Edition and his live blog with the Globe and Mail during yesterday’s election. 

Other useful links:
*Globe & Mail: Richard Johnston: “In the 2012 presidential elections, the pollsters got it right”.Nov 7, 2012.
* Q&A Globe & Mail with Paul Quirk, Nov 4, 2012.
* UBC experts available for comment on U.S. election
* Q&A: Who is better for Canada: Obama or Romney?
* Common ground? Study finds Republicans and Democrats can agree on some moral issues

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