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Each party certain the other is wrong

...languages of their electoral homes. Simply put, "they represent their constituents," said Gary Jacobson, a political scientist at the University of California, San Diego. Democratic President Barack Obama twice won national majorities...
August 27: Anchorage Daily News on voter turnout:

...voters and less than half the statewide average. ''Yes, this is a poor turnout,'' said University of Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato when the results were described to him, ''but in Virginia we have precincts with no turnout...
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...meaning, only to have it come back to bite, has been termed a ''Mondale moment'' by University of Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato. Mondale campaigned for the presidency in 1984 saying he would probably raise taxes if elected...
Now's the time to make a difference

...people would choose such service: They want to do some good in the place they call home. You don't need to be a political scientist -- you don't even need a college degree -- to serve your community. In fact, the primary qualification is...
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...their attention to foreign policy challenges, mindful of their legacies. Fred Greenstein, a Princeton University political scientist, points to Clinton's end-of-term efforts to bring peace to the Middle East and Reagan's outreach to Soviet...
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...candidates. Ministers are playing a role in the campaigns of both parties, said John Green, a University of Akron political scientist and expert on religion and politics. ''Conservative Christians are out supporting Bush, but the Kerry people...


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