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Posts Tagged: Process Politics


On Election Day, Do Your Part To Make Your Voice Heard

Today is election day. After nearly two years of commercials, speeches, and campaign events, the people of America will finally vote to select the 45t...

Process Politics: Going to (the Electoral) College

The end of our long presidential election cycle is approaching. All of the work inside and outside the campaigns will be measured on November 8, Elect...

Process Politics: Analyzing the Campaign Season Through the Conventions

As the Republican convention comes to a close this week and the Democratic convention opens Monday, we reached out to faculty across SUNY institutions...

Process Politics: All About Political Conventions

Continuing on in our Process Politics series, we turn our attention to focus on conventions. As the primaries progressed this spring, there was a grea...

Process Politics: What are Superdelegates?

More than half of the states have already voted in their presidential primaries and caucuses. There is a presumptive nominee on the Republican side, b...