This class will analyze the 2020 presidential, congressional, and state elections. We will examine the role of political parties in American politics and seek answers to questions such as: How well do campaigns inform voters? How do voters make decisions? What is the role of money in campaigns? Where does the money come from? How do elections, campaigns, and parties fit into models of democracy? Do elections matter?
James Bromeland taught in the Political Science Department at Winona State University for 35 years with a specialty in American politics.
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