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Jul 26, 2016 | USA Today

Donald Trump Tries to Hold Tar Heel State

According to an NC State political scientist, it’s almost inconceivable to think that a Republican can win the White House while losing North Carolina. Andy Taylor, School of Public and International Affairs, featured.

Jul 26, 2016 | USA Today

Donald Trump Tries to Hold Tar Heel State

According to an NC State political scientist, it’s almost inconceivable to think that a Republican can win the White House while losing North Carolina. Andy Taylor, School of Public and International Affairs, featured.

Jul 20, 2016 | NC State News

Alum Takes Fight for Transgender Rights to Political Conventions

A public service spot urging legal protections for transgender Americans features NC State political science alumna Alaina Kupec. The TV ad is airing during the ongoing national political conventions.

Jul 6, 2016 | Asheboro Courier Tribune

Clinton or Trump? North Carolina’s Suburbs Could Be A Key In November

Nobody can help Hillary Clinton with black voters better than Barack Obama. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured

Jul 5, 2016 | Red and White for Life Alumni Blog

Political Science Alum Works With Inner-City Students in Chicago

Since graduating from NC State, Miriam Kamya (Political Science '13) has gone on to tutor boys and coach girls’ track at a public high school in inner-city Chicago. She’s been a field organizer for a Democratic congressional campaign and an intern in the White House Visitors’ Office. Last spring, she joined the Big Shoulders Fund, which supports 82 Catholic schools in Chicago’s neediest neighborhoods, as events and service coordinator.

Jul 1, 2016 | MarketWatch

Why North Carolina was Picked for First Joint Clinton-Obama Rally

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s choice of Charlotte, North Carolina, for her first campaign appearance with incumbent Barack Obama is a blend of confidence about the fall election and concern about the unpredictable nature of Republican challenger Donald Trump, experts said. Andrew Taylor, professor of political science, featured.

Jun 30, 2016 | WalletHub

2016’s Most Patriotic States

It’s clear that some states bleed more red, white and blue than others. WalletHub set out to quantify these differences by examining 12 key metrics that collectively speak to issues such as military engagement, voting habits and civil-education requirements. Steven Greene, Political Science, featured.

Jun 17, 2016 | The Washington Post

Republican dads think they’re great fathers. Democrats don’t.

As we celebrate Father’s Day in this unlike-anything-we-have-ever-seen election year, Republicans and Democrats continue to grow further apart in terms of their views on candidates, policies and political events. And our research suggests that even being a dad isn’t immune from that trend. Steven Greene, political science, featured.

May 4, 2016 | Winston-Salem Journal

Gerrymandering Protects Legislators From HB2 Backlash

Even amidst the bombast of this presidential primary season, House Bill 2 continues to push North Carolina into the spotlight. Mark Nance, assistant professor of political science, featured.

Apr 28, 2016 | Christian Science Monitor

Why An N.C. Voter ID Law That Does So Little Angers So Much

Voter ID laws, especially the one in North Carolina, stoke strong partisan passions on both sides. But maybe they shouldn't, data suggest. Steven Greene, Political Science, featured.