This edition: Election 2008: A Generation X Factor"Tweet
Original tape date: March 4, 2008.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of experts discuss the emergence of generational politics in the 2008 Presidential elections. Once projected as a contest based on the identities of the candidates, both the 2008 primary contests and general election race appear to be shaping up as competitions for newer members of the American electorate. The panel debates the strategies of the Clinton and Obama campaigns for the Democratic nomination, while looking to preview and analyze the key variables that will influence the general election contest this fall.
Diane J. Graszik CSW, Associate Executive Director, Future Voters of America
Bob Liff Senior Vice President, George Arzt Communications
Joseph Mercurio President, National Political Services, Inc.
Dr. Ruth O'Brien Chair, PhD. & MA Political Science Programs, The Graduate Center/CUNY
Kevin P. Wardally Senior Vice President for Political and Goverment Affairs, Bill Lynch Associates, LLC
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