Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of UMW's Center for Leadership and Media Studies, continues to provide commentary on national political stories.
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The University of Mary Washington will continue to host debates in the coming weeks between candidates running this November for Fredericksburg-area seats in the Senate of Virginia and the Commonwealth’s House of Delegates.
The 88th District House Debate on Friday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m., will take place on UMW’s Fredericksburg campus in Lee Hall, Room 411.
Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently presented a lecture, “The Competing Visions of the American Political System: Building Public and Private Spheres,” at the Norwegian Washington Seminar in Washington, D.C. The program brings roughly 20 mid-career professionals from Norway for a two week program on American politics and culture.
Political Science Professor Stephen Farnsworth, who is director of UMW's Center for Leadership and Media Studies, has been quoted in several regional and national news stories:
The University of Mary Washington will host four debates in the coming weeks between candidates running this November for Fredericksburg-area seats in the Senate of Virginia and the Commonwealth’s House of Delegates.
The first, the 28th District Senate Debate, will take place on Thursday, Sept. 5, inside University Hall at UMW’s Stafford Campus, 121 University Boulevard.
UMW to Host Four District Debates Starting Next Week
Professor Stephen Farnsworth of the University of Mary Washington in Virginia said that the former Republican congressman’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination will likely be little threat to President Trump, who has had the support of at least 80 percent of Republicans in recent polls. But Walsh’s campaign does likely mean that the anti-Trump Republicans will be able to get some attention in primary debates — debates that Trump is unlikely to attend, Farnsworth said.
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