The Trump Movement in Jen’nan Read in Indy Week
Election Law/Voter Rights
“Everybody recognizes that this could be the seat that decides control of the Senate, which has huge implications for business and labor groups and ideological groups,” says Duke political scientist David Rohde. “Think about how important control of the Supreme Court is to a lot of the ideological groups.”
Fighting Extremism in David Rohde in the Charlotte Observer
Election Season in Sunshine Hillygus on WUNC radio
"Gov. McCrory has put this state back on a path of economic prosperity after inheriting a large deficit from the previous governor," writes Madison Laton, an intern for the McCrory campaign and vice chair of Duke College Republicans. Counters Steve Hassey, vice president of Duke Democrats, “Gov. McCrory has been a consistent defender of HB2 and has had to deal with the negative economic consequences of that support.”
Madison Laton and Steve Hassey in The Chronicle
For three days last week, Duke hosted political cartoonists from around the world discussing how their work helps shape public opinion, including on hot-button issues such as NC House Bill 2 and the Black Lives Matter movement.