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  • Washington Journal John Fortier on US Election Integrity
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    John Fortier on U.S. Election Integrity

    John Fortier talked about the accessibility of polling places, as well as concerns about the integrity of the U.S. election process.

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  • Federal Officials Discuss Election Day Preparations
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    Election Operations and Administration

    The Louisiana and West Virginia Secretaries of State outlined the steps taken to ensure a fair election at a discussion hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, DC. Election…

    138 views
  • Discussion on Campaign 2016
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    2016 Elections

    Political analysts talked about the 2016 presidential, Senate, House, and gubernatorial contests. Topics included the state of the Republican Party, and whether Republican presidential…

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  • Vice Presidential Candidate Selection Process Panel 2
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    Vice Presidential Candidate Selection Process, Panel 2

    Political campaign experts talked about the vice presidential selection process and offered recommendations for the candidates during the 2016 election cycle. Topics included the role of the convention…

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  • Discussion on Vice Presidential Candidate Selection Process
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    Vice Presidential Candidate Selection Process, Panel 1

    Political experts, including former staff members from the Obama, Romney, and McCain presidential campaigns, talked about the process of choosing a vice presidential candidate and offered…

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  • Discussion on the 2016 Presidential Election
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    2016 Elections Preview

    Panelists talked about the current field of candidates and campaigns for the 2016 elections. They discussed the presidential race as well as the U.S. Senate and House elections, and the potential…

    1,409 views
  • Discussion on The Past Century in Congress
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    Evolution and Future of Congress

    Scholars talked about a report, The Evolving Congress, the Congressional Research Service made as part of its centennial celebration. The panelists analyzed the evolution of Congress over the past…

    260 views
  • Washington Journal John Fortier on Improving Congress
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    Improving Congress

    John Fortier talked about a Bipartisan Policy Center report on ways to improve congressional effectiveness. He discussed the number of days members of Congress actually spend in Washington,…

    307 views
  • Discussion on Second Term Presidents
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    Second Term Presidents

    Panelists talked about second term presidents. Topics included how they worked with Congress, their own party, and the opposing party. They also spoke about how presidents' foreign policy…

    211 views
  • Discussion on the Future of US Election Laws and Policy
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    Voting Access and Election Administration

    Members of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration (PCEA) and White House counsel Neil Eggleston talked about various aspects of the voting process in federal elections. They also…

    365 views
  • Discussion on the 2014 Midterm Elections
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    2014 Midterm Election Review

    Panelists talked about the results of the 2014 midterm elections and potential impact of a Republican-controlled Senate on the 114th Congress. “AEI Election Watch 2014: A Postelection…

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  • Discussion on Midterm Elections and Public Opinion
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    Midterm Elections and Public Opinion

    Panelists talked about the 2014 midterm elections, including how the outcome could affect public opinion and Congress' ability to work with the Obama administration.

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  • Election and Voting Reform Panel 1
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    Election and Voting Reform, Panel 1

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    The secretaries of state of Ohio, Jon Husted (R), and Minnesota, Mark Ritchie (D) talked about ending partisanship in politics and government with the Bipartisan Policy Center’s John Fortier.…

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  • Barriers to Public Service
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    Barriers to Public Service

    Panelists talked about the future of public service. Topics included obstacles to public service, the impact of hyper-partisanship on young people’s attitudes toward holding public office, a draft system, and how…

    120 views
  • Bipartisan Policy Center PostElection Analysis
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    Bipartisan Policy Center Post-Election Analysis

    Political analysts and pollsters analyzed voter turnout and impact in the 2012 election. Dan Glickman posed ten questions, and the panelists then responded. Ron Brownstein in his analysis said the election would be viewed historically as…

    330 views
  • 2012 Congressional Race Analysis
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    2012 Congressional Race Analysis

    Former Representatives Martin Frost (D-TX), Dan Glickman (D-KS), and Tom Davis (R-VA) discussed some of the most important House and Senate races across the country. They also talked about the…

    796 views
  • Campaign Finance in 2012 Elections
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    Campaign Finance in 2012 Elections

    Panelists talked about campaign finance following Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in which the Supreme Court ruled that the First Amendment prohibited the government from…

    469 views
  • Moderate Republicans and the Rise of the Tea Party
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    Moderate Republicans and the Rise of the Tea Party

    Election scholars spoke about growing division and partisanship in the political culture over the past few decades, with a focus on divisions in the Republican Party leading to declining…

    601 views
  • Leadership in the Senate
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    Leadership in the Senate

    Former Majority Leaders Tom Daschle (D-SC) and Trent Lott (R-MS) talked about their experiences leading the Senate.

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  • Redistricting Reform
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    Redistricting Reform

    Panelists talked about redistricting reform and the effects these reforms might have on congressional and state elections.

    106 views
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