This edition: Elections 2010: Political Culture and Contest, NY2DCTweet
Original tape date: October 26, 2010.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of observers look ahead to—and beyond—the November 2, 2010 elections in New York State and Washington, DC. The panel examines New York’s Gubernatorial contest, as well as a bitter battle for control of the New York State Senate in Albany. The panel also explores hot contests in the US House of Representatives and Senate in Washington, where insurgent Tea Party members have taken Democrats and moderate Republican to task for the Obama healthcare reform package and other policies. The panel explores the impact of new media on the 2010 elections, along with the growing divisions among the political electorate in New York and throughout the country.
Susan DelPercio Founder, Susan Del Percio Strategies
David Diaz Professor, Dept. of Political Science, The City College/CUNY
Dr. David Jones Professor of Political Science, Baruch College/CUNY
Bob Liff Senior Vice President, George Arzt Communications
Garry Pierre-Pierre Producer/Co-Host, Independent Sources
- Outcomes 2018: What Comes After the Elections?
- Tuesday, December 11 - 8:30pm
- Thursday, December 13 - 8:00am, 2:00pm
- Saturday, December 15 - 9:00am
- Sunday, December 16 - 4:00pm
- Tuesday, December 18 - 3:00pm
- Tuesday, January 1 - 8:30pm
- Thursday, January 3 - 8:00am, 2:00pm
- Saturday, January 5 - 9:00am
- Sunday, January 6 - 4:00pm
- Tuesday, January 8 - 3:00pm
- Politics in the Cloud: New Media, New Journalism and the Public Sphere
- Saturday, November 10 - 9:00am
- Sunday, November 11 - 4:00pm
- Tuesday, November 13 - 3:00pm