Elizabeth Matto, director of the Center for Youth Political Participation, will look at research on the increase in registration
and voting among 18-34 year olds; Ashley Koning, director of the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling, will speak to
the reliability of polls in 2020 and what they tell us; Political Science Professor and Senior Scholar at the Center for
American Women and Politics Kira Sanbonmatzu will review the impact of women voters and women candidates this year
based on CAWP’s research; and Associate Political Science Professor and Eagleton Senior Scholar Saladin [Din] Ambar
will comment from the perspective of the author of a new textbook “Reconsidering American Political Thought,” which
focuses on race and gender.
Presented in partnership with Princeton Adult School.
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Wednesday, Nov. 11, 6:30 p.m.
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