SMU offers wide variety of election-themed events during runup to Nov. 8

One wrap-up session remains in SMU's series of events and discussions on the presidential race.

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DALLAS (SMU) – SMU has been hosting compelling events and classroom discussions on varying aspects and issues surrounding the presidential election. One event remains: Political Science Professor Dennis Simon's take on the outcome of the Nov. 8 election. Media interested in covering this event should contact the Office of News and Communications at or 214-768-7650.


Where We’re Going: Post Election

Nov. 12 (Saturday)

2-4 p.m., Harold Clark Simmons Hall

SMU political science professor Dennis Simon presents part three of a three-part lecture series on presidential elections. Where We’re Going: Post Election, will analyze the outcome of the 2016 election and how party bases have changed as a result in the context of historic loyalties.  Registration is requested here


Also see Election Day commentary by SMU political experts.



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