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Farnsworth Comments in the News

Farnsworth Comments in the News Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, has been quoted in several regional, national and international news stories: Transition agreed, but no concession yet (CP24.com) A Look at Why So Many House of Delegates Members are Running for Statewide Offices (WVTF) Trump Pardons Michael Flynn (CTV News Channel) The post Farnsworth Comments in the News appeared first on EagleEye.

Farnsworth Comments in the News

Farnsworth Comments in the News

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, has been quoted in several regional, national and international news stories:

 

Election 2020: Winners and losers from Virginia, Maryland and D.C. (The Washington Post)

Like state and nation, Fredericksburg area voters split between early voting and Election Day (The Free Lance-Star)

Biden Slams Transition Delay (CTV News Channel)

Trump Seemingly Acknowledges Biden Victory (CTV News Channel)

Next Steps for Joe Biden (CTV News Channel)

Trump vs. Biden: the Final Showdown (CJAD)

Biden wins Chesterfield, easily. Can Republicans win it back? (Chesterfield Observer)

Spanberger navigates partisan winds, defeats Freitas (Chesterfield Observer)

The joke’s on us: what happens to comedy post-Trump? (brisbanetimes.com)

Virginia Republicans see 2021 as an opportunity to compete statewide (Virginia Scope)

Understanding the 2020 Election (UMW Forum)

Understanding the 2020 ElectionUMW professor Dr. Stephen Farnsworth will reflect on the November 2020 election and provide an analysis of the results of key races. Dr. Stephen J. Farnsworth is Professor of Political Science and International Affairs and the Director of the UMW Center for Leadership and Media Studies. Sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement and UMW Votes. 

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Farnsworth Lectures on Presidential Communication at American University

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently delivered an online lecture, "The Public Communication Strategies of President Trump," to political science students at American University in Washington, D.C. Professor Farnsworth is the author or coauthor of several books on media and politics, including Presidential Communication and Character: From Clinton and Cable to Twitter and Trump.

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Farnsworth Interview Broadcast on C-SPAN

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University of Mary Washington’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently delivered an online lecture, "Political Humor and the American Presidency," that was broadcast on C-SPAN. The talk was part of the UMW's "Mary Talks" program.

Watch here: https://www.c-span.org/video/?475970-1/late-night-trump

Farnsworth Lectures on 2020 Elections

Farnsworth Lectures on 2020 Elections

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently delivered an online lecture, "The Exceptional Election Year of 2020: Anger, Protest, Economic Anxiety and Covid-19," for Virginia Revenue Commissioners Conference.

Dr. Farnsworth also has commented on the following national or regional news stories:

Virginia early voting nears 200,000 in first week (WTVR; The Free Lance-Star; WHSV)

164,000 cast ballots in first week of early voting in Virginia (Daily Progress)

Polls show Virginia voters favor Biden (Galax Gazette)

Viewpoints with Todd van der Heyden (CJAD)

Trump to Fill Supreme Court Vacancy (CTV News Channel)

Wittman, Rashid spar on Social Security, climate change, COVID-19 response in 2nd debate (Prince William Times)

The United Nations turns 75 (VOA News)

Wittman, Rashid exchange barbs in Monday night debate (The Free Lance-Star)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87 (CTV News Channel)

Poll of Virginia Voters Favors Biden and Warner; Shows Mixed Support for Mail-In Voting (RVA Magazine)

Virginians to Decide Fate of Controversial Redistricting Amendment (Courthouse News Services)

Expert tells ABC7 rapidly replacing RBG before the election would be ‘unprecedented’ (WJLA)

Virginia sees massive early voting lines ahead of general election (New York Post)