From voter ID laws to debates to Latino voters, Wake Forest University faculty experts are available to comment on a variety of election-related topics in the months leading up to Nov. 8, 2016.
Will young voters turn out in 2016? Will North Carolina’s earlier primaries increase the state’s influence on election outcomes? Will Donald Trump’s campaign affect Senate races? How will candidates’ positions on immigration shape America’s reputation among world leaders? Will new voter ID laws impact the election?
Wake Forest faculty experts are leading authorities on national and North Carolina politics and can discuss issues such as evangelical voters, political advertising, first spouses, the New Hampshire primaries and the Iowa caucuses. For a detailed list of Election 2016 faculty experts, click here or contact the News & Communications office at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with an expert.
Wake Forest has an on-campus, fully equipped, professional television studio to provide live video capability for national broadcast interviews.
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