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Themes permeated candidates' forum

...focus on substance and policy solely, not in reference or regard to Trump. It was difficult even for a trained political scientist to learn much about the candidates based on the debates. What a pity.Nevertheless, we did learn quite a lot...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-09-19/themes-permeated
Scott's GOP victory sets up historic SC election

...major-party candidates. They'll face American Party candidate Jill Bossi, who is white.Gibbs Knotts, a political scientist at the College of Charleston, said Scott could be positioned to play a role in changing the way voters view the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-06-11/scotts-gop-victory-sets-histo
Skin in the game: Stake in outcome crucial for wise governmental decisions

...allied with similarly sympathetic taxpayers. This has occurred under the watchful eyes of vigilant politicians, political scientists, editorial writers and other scrupulous observers of the passing scene. Achieved through a majority vote, it represents...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2014-03-16/skin-game-stake-
Georgia Regents University historian Lee Ann Caldwell discusses JFK's death

...president? A: There is a ranking list that comes out periodically by presidential and other top historians and political scientists. Kennedy came out 11th in the last balloting in 2010. Lincoln, Washington, and FDR are usually in the top three...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-11-20/georgia-regents-university-hi
Sheffield hopes to surprise in 12th District race

...non-Augustan and only female seeking the post, two factors that may be to her advantage, University of Georgia political scientist Charles Bullock said.When Republicans engage in "friends and neighbors politics," relying on voters' tendency...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/georgia-elections/2012-07
Many politicians seeking office this year have skipped voting, analysis shows

...minimal level of political participation that voters should expect from a candidate, said University of Georgia political scientist Charles Bullock. If a candidate hasn't voted, "it suggests that in the past you didn't pay that much attention...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/2012-06-09/many-politicia
State primary heating up

...cycle, there are some people who just spent their money way too early," said Winthrop University pollster and political scientist Scott Huffmon.But that's a gamble too for those who dally."I think people are perhaps planning on a long-term...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/south-carolina-elections/
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Hispanic growth will eventually tilt Ga. politics, census suggests

...voter turnout."People who are 18-to-29 are the people with the lowest turnout," agreed Emory University political scientist Merle Black.Moreover, at least some of the new Hispanics - the Census Bureau says it has no idea how many...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/georgia-elections/2011-04
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Same-sex part of reform bill pains bishops

...is going to be critical for swinging moderates in the House to support this bill," said Stephen Schneck, a political scientist at Catholic University of America and chairman of the anti-abortion Democrats for Life, who was part of the Catholics...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/your-faith/2013-02-08/same-sex-part-reform-bil
Social programs lose, businesses win in talks

...Republicans playing to tea party interests run a risk criticizing social welfare programs, said Winthrop University political scientist Scott Huffmon.The recession and its slow recovery mean more Republican voters or GOP-leaning independents have...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/south-carolina-elections/
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