Join the Emerson School of Communication on Tuesday, October 22, as they explore the trends and issues that will define the next U.S. presidential election. “Covering 2020: News, Trust, and the Future of the American Presidency” will take place from 7:00-8:30 pm, at the Paramount Center.
From public opinion to the Democratic primary and general race, from the role of the press to the electoral process, a panel of leading political journalists will share their insights and engage the audience in conversation.
Panelists will include David Chalian, vice president of political coverage and political director, CNN; Sue O’Connell ’84, New England Cable News journalist, radio commentator, and co-publisher of Bay Windows and The South End News; Miriam Valverde ’10, contributing writer to Politifact; and Politico Executive Editor Paul Volpe. WCVB Channel 5 News Anchor Ed Harding ’75 will moderate.
In addition, Assistant Professor Spencer Kimball will reveal the latest insights from Emerson Polling, a group that won national attention for its analysis of the 2016 presidential election, and has since been widely regarded as one of the nation’s most trusted polling organizations.
RSVP here to get your free tickets.