OLLI at AU - How Are American Elections Changing?

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OLLI at American University

4801 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest

Room A (1st Floor)

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How Are American Elections Changing?

New realities are redefining the way we choose our public officials, from the lowest local office to the White House. We have to adjust how we think about candidates, campaigns, political parties, and even the means by which we vote. Most of all, we have to evolve our thinking about American voters.

Ron Elving is Senior Editor and Correspondent on the Washington Desk for National Public Radio and Executive in Residence for the Department of Government in the School of Public Affairs at American University. He received the AU Outstanding Teacher Award for adjunct faculty in 2016. He also has taught at George Mason, Georgetown, and Marquette Universities. Before coming to NPR in 1999, Ron was the political editor for USA Today and for The Congressional Quarterly.

LOCATION: All May lectures are held in the Spring Valley Building, 4801 Massachusetts Ave. NW, in Room A on the First Floor.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: The lecture hall holds 105 people. Due to limited seating, reservations through Eventbrite are required to attend lectures. Each registrant may reserve one seat. Your name must be on the list of registrants in order to enter the lecture and you must be in your seat five minutes before the lecture starts to guarantee your seat. Visit https://www.olli-dc.org/lecture_series_overview for more information.

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