The TCNJ Department of Political Science’s Politics Forum presents analytical and/or empirical research concerning political power, institutions and choices. Students and faculty from diverse departments join to learn and comment on the presenter’s current research projects, which may be in completed or just in beginning phases. Projects that cross disciplinary boundaries are particularly welcome. Contact Nicholas Toloudis (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or if you are interested in presenting your work.
Due to covid-19, Politics Forum will be held virtually until further notice.
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back? The Incremental Advancement of and Persistent Threats to Voting Rights in The United States
Constitution Day, September 17, 2020 from 3:30 pm to 4:50 pm via Zoom (link to come)
Presented by Dr. Tao Dumas, Assistant Professor of Political Science, The College of New Jersey
Celebrate Constitution Day with the first Politics Forum of the Fall 2020 semester. Dr. Tao Dumas will present “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back? The Incremental Advancement of and Persistent Threats to Voting Rights in The United States” on September 17, 2020 for the TCNJ Politics Forum.
If you missed the presentation, watch here:
Voting Links mentioned in the presentation and Q&A session:
TCNJ Votes: https://vote.tcnj.edu/
Register to vote in NJ: https://nj.gov/state/elections/voter-registration.shtml
How to vote in NJ: https://nj.gov/state/elections/vote-how-to.shtml
Volunteer as a poll worker: https://nj.gov/state/elections/pollworker.shtml
Spread the Vote: https://www.spreadthevote.org/
Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund: https://laldef.org/
Please save the date for future Politics Forum events:
October 23: Dr. Domingo Morel (Rutgers University)
October 27: “The 2020 Presidential Election: Known and Unknown Unknowns” with Dr. Dan Bowen (TCNJ)
October 30: Mutale Nkonde (Stanford University)
November 17: Dr. Jonathan Collins (Brown University)