Farnsworth Lectures on U.S. Presidential Election at the University of Warsaw, Poland

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of Political Science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently presented a lecture, "The State of the U.S. Presidential Election," as part of the University of Warsaw's American Studies Program Spring Colloquium. Dr. Farnsworth is serving in Poland as a Spring 2024 Fulbright Distinguished Scholar.


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So, Is the Potomac Yard Stadium Deal Dead? (Washingtonian Magazine)
In order for the deal to progress this year, Youngkin would need to propose an amendment to the budget bill, which the chambers would then vote on at the April 17 session or call a special legislative session. But Stephen Farnsworth, a political science professor at the University of Mary Washington—and a longtime Virginia General Assembly watcher—said it was unlikely such a move would be successful. “Trying to add the stadium deal to the legislature’s budget plan only means that the Senate would reject that project again,” Farnsworth told Washingtonian. “The governor wants a legacy, and the Democratic majorities can just wait him out—he only has one more session as governor after this year’s session concludes.” Read more.

Trump Wins Prince William: Examining his decisive victory in the deep-blue county (Potomac Local)
Donald Trump won his first victory in Prince William County during a dual Presidential Primary on Super Tuesday, March 5, 2023. Read more.

Biden, Trump Look to Secure Party Presidential Nominations (CTV News Canada)
“Absolutely, the obstacles of the nomination and renomination of Trump and Biden are settled, so the delegates should add up to fifty plus one by the time the counting is done tomorrow,” said Stephen Farnsworth. Read more.