2012 Presidential Election Recap

2/4/2013; 89 minutes

A distinguished panel of national journalists and academics recap the 2012 elections from a western point of view. The panel looks at election results, voting patterns, the influence of money and digital technology, prospects for election reforms and, of course, what happens next. Panelists: Ron Elving, Senior Washington Editor for NPR, Michelle Quinn, Silicon Valley-based technology correspondent for Politico, Lisa Garcia-Bedolla, Department of Political Science at UC Berkeley and the Berkeley Graduate School of Education, David Kennedy, Stanford University and Bruce Cain, Stanford University. Moderated by Susan Rasky, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. (#24717)

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