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American Politics After the Mid-Terms: A Panel Discussion   

Online Class: A Zoom invitation link will be sent one day before class begins.

By the time we meet for this panel discussion, the November 2022 mid-term elections will have occurred. If past patterns and this year’s polling hold true, the Republicans are headed for strong results. In this presentation, our panel will describe and analyze partisan and demographic election returns for the United States Senate and House, and for major gubernatorial posts including the Wolverine state. Join us as panel members offer their usual bold (and occasionally correct) predictions on the fate of President Biden, and the Democrats’ fragile policy agenda. Finally, panel members will discuss what recent elections suggest about looming 2024 presidential contests in each party.

Jeffrey Bernstein studies and teaches political science and American politics at Eastern Michigan University (EMU). Jeffrey specializes in public opinion and political behavior. Michael Homel is Professor Emeritus of history at EMU. Mike’s special expertise is in the fields of 20th century American history and American urban history. Larry Kestenbaum is the Washtenaw County Clerk/Register of Deeds. He is the creator and owner of the Internet’s most comprehensive source for American political biography,