Presidential Elections 2012
The Georgetown community has always participated in the national conversation about presidential elections, and this year is no exception. Watch video of the university's election events and professors' analyses of the current issues. Read about faculty members' expertise and explore how Georgetown has contributed to the dialogue about this year's heated race to the White House.
Faculty members are available to comment on a wide variety of election issues, including voting behavior, presidential history, congressional politics, religion and politics, gender politics, campaign finance, unemployment and job creation and international relations.
To arrange interviews with faculty experts, please contact a media relations representative or call (202) 687.4328.
Election 2012: Michele Swers on Women in Congress
Election 2012: Mark Rom on the Future of Bipartisan Cooperation
Election 2012: Diana Owen on Negative Ads
Election 2012: Michele Swers on Congressional Polarization
Election 2012: Diana Owen on Social Media
Video: Election 2012: A Bipartisan Discussion
Elections 2012 - Faculty Expert E.J. Dionne
Elections 2012 - Faculty Expert Clyde Wilcox
Elections 2012 - Faculty Expert Michele Swers
Elections 2012 - Faculty Expert Mark Rom