This edition: Election 2008: The Endurance of Identity PoliticsTweet
Original tape date: September 23, 2008.
Moderator Bob Liff, CUNY-TV, and a panel of experts discuss the impact of race, gender and age on the 2008 Presidential race. Particular attention is given to voting publics in swing states, such as Ohio and Pennsylvania, as well as the implications of an Obama or McCain Presidency among newer voters and those traditionally under-represented at election time. The panel concludes that race matters, as does gender and generation among American voters and those running for office.
Susan DelPercio Founder, Susan Del Percio Strategies
Robert A. George Editorial Board, The New York Post
Hon. Hakeem Jeffries NY State Assembly, 57th District
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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