Get Informed: USD Hosts Election 2012 Events
Inside USD -- November 6 is not an ordinary Tuesday in 2012. It’s decision day — Election Day — in the United States. Voters will have plenty to consider regarding the future course from local, state and national perspectives.
At the University of San Diego, Nov. 6 will hold special meaning. It’ll be a culmination of opportunities that the campus community’s voters have had to become better informed about making their decision.
To provide a helpful, open and educational environment, Political Science Associate Professor Casey Dominguez and two colleagues — Professor Michael Williams and Assistant Professor Avi Spiegel — will moderate televised presidential debate watch parties Oct. 3, Oct. 16, Oct. 22 and a Oct. 11 vice president debate from 5:30-8 p.m. at USD. Furthermore, on Oct. 16 (12:30-2 p.m., KIPJ conference rooms A and B) USD faculty members will host a nonpartisan look at the 10 California propositions on the fall ballot. (Full Story)
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