On 10/27/20, Hunter hosted this online public program.
This November marks the 59th presidential election in the United States. It has been, as commentators often say, “unprecedented.” Indeed, there have been—and surely will continue to be—newsworthy fireworks. Some are standard-variety; some are not. All have been contentious, and some raise serious questions about the American political order. The faculty of Hunter’s Political Science department addresses many of the issues raised in the 2020 elections every day, in their classes and research.
Now, in a Roosevelt House forum, five of them offered their professional judgments. They have provided information, analysis, perspective, and educated judgment about what is going on and what may occur between now and January 20, 2021. There were brief individual presentations, after which there was an opportunity for exchange between the panelists and the audience.
Watch the program below.