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100 Years Ago, Congress Threw out Results of the Census

Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Walter Reynolds Farley, discusses the bitter political fights that have been kicked off by the Census-- and wonders if the census count of 2020 might be dismissed. February 4, 2020. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #TheConversation #GovernmentandPolitics #Society #Elections #census ​​​​​​


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Barry Rabe and Climate Change: The Opinions of the 2020 Democratic Hopefuls

Ford School of Public Policy professor Barry Rabe discusses the role of climate change and the support of the Green New Deal in the 2020 presidential election. April 19, 2019. # #PublicPolicy #Government/Politics #Environment/Sustainability #ClimateSciences #Elections #2020Election #BarryRabe ​​​​​​​​


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A Secure Future for US Elections Starts in the Classroom

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor J. Alex Halderman leads a new course giving students practical, hands-on experience with cybersecurity measures of the U.S. voting system. November 2, 2018. #5-15mins #Engineering #webarticle #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #GovernmentandPolitics #Technology #Elections #Cybersecurity #JAlexHalderman ​​


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Motivating Young Voters

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Edie Goldenberg discusses the low voting trends among young adults and what could motivate the youth vote. She also discusses the origins of the Big Ten Voting Challenge. October 15, 2018, #60+ mins, #University of Michigan - Other, #Podcast, #Public Engagement & Impact, #Government & Politics, #Society, #Election, #Activism, #Education, #Public Policy, #voting #60+mins #podcast #Government/Politics #Society #Elections #Activism ...