Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies; Stephen P. Hanna, professor of geography, and Sally Burkley, a 2022 UMW graduate who is now a student at William and Mary Law School, are coauthors of a book chapter, “Chuck Robb’s 1981 Gubernatorial Campaign and the Democratic Realignment.” The chapter was published by the University of Virginia Press in an edited volume, The New Dominion: The Twentieth-Century Elections that Shaped Modern Virginia.
Other recent media mentions for Stephen Farnsworth include:
Schapiro: Had Youngkin been on that stage… (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
“If he were on that stage, he would be almost as visible as Governor Hutchinson,” said Stephen Farnsworth, the University of Mary Washington politics analyst, referring to Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, a back-of-the-pack candidate who — with Chris Christie, a former Trump loyalist — was front and center in refusing to back Trump as the 2024 nominee.
Commonwealth’s attorney candidates spar over rising crime, partnering with police, criminal justice reform (Prince William Times)
The candidates, both 52, answered a series of questions from moderator Stephen Farnsworth, a political science professor and director of the University of Mary Washington Center for Leadership and Media Studies.
Trump to Surrender in Georgia Tonight (CTV News)
“This is absolutely the biggest legal threat that the former President faces,” said Stephen Farnsworth.
Donald Trump expected to surrender in Georgia (CP24)
“Well, of course, this is the greatest threat of all of the legal cases that the former President faces,” said Stephen Farnsworth.
Republican Presidential Candidates, Minus Trump, Spar Sharply (Voice of America)
“This is his moment,” Stephen Farnsworth, a political science professor at the University of Mary Washington, said of DeSantis.
Trump to Skip First Republican Debate (CTV News)
“It’s without Trump on the stage but it won’t be without Trump in the conversation. The focus will be largely on the former president,” said Stephen Farnsworth.
Trump Likely to Upstage Opponents Even if Absent from Debate (Voice of America)
“It creates a very, very difficult environment for the other Republicans, because they have their own ideas for what they want to do with respect to key issues like the economy or Ukraine or immigration. But that doesn’t mean they’ll have much of a chance to talk about it. They’ll be asked about Donald Trump,” predicts Stephen Farnsworth, a political science professor at the University of Mary Washington.