Fuqua adjunct professor Dorie Clark, a former spokesperson for the Howard Dean campaign, explains the strategic communication factors presidential candidates must consider leading up to election day 2016.
The world is living through a period of extraordinary instability and volatility, “at the front end of a new and dangerous era,” former U.S. national security adviser Tom Donilon told a Duke audience.
Venezuela Election in Sanford School of Public Policy
Overcoming the deep partisan divide in U.S. politics will take more than platitudes, says Peter Ubel. Ubel is a professor of business, public policy and medicine at Duke University.
Media scrutiny of political candidates’ personal history continues to intensify in the 2016 election campaign, a panel of speakers tells Duke students.
The impact of new technology is felt most strongly in telephone surveys, as polls can’t reach mobile phones and people with land-lines screen out auto-dialers, according to panelists at a Washington, D.C., event co-sponsored by Duke and Microsoft.
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