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LEWISBURG, Pa — The political science department at Bucknell University is hosting the panel discussion, "Election 2006: People, Politics, and Issues," Monday, Oct. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Forum of the Elaine Langone Center at Bucknell.
During the panel discussion, which is open to the public without charge, four Bucknell professors will examine the politics of the 2006 elections and the issues that are at stake.
Panel members and topics are:
"How Did We Get Here?: The Midterm Elections in Context," Scott Meinke, assistant professor of political science;
"In The Hot Seats: Battlegrounds in the 2006 Election," Susan Tabrizi, assistant professor of political science;
"Local Campaigns, National Policy," Robin Jacobson, assistant professor of political science;
"Culture Wars or Culture Shift: Religious Issues in Election 2006," Eric Mazur, associate professor of religion.
Posted Oct. 27, 2006