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Presidential Politics: What Happened? An Election Autopsy

Join us for the last session of the Presidential Politics course, as we examine the presidential election, elections for the Senate and the House, other down-ballot races, and what it all means for the political system. Hear our distinguished speakers and come ready with your own questions.
Panelists include:Nate Cohn, editor of The Upshot at the New York Times, and a prominent analyst of political and electoral data and their meaningGary Segura, professor of political science at Stanford, and co-founder of Latino Decisions, a family of polling organizations focused on minority vote, and Latino pollster for Hillary For AmericaLynn Vavreck, professor of political science, UCLA, author of The Message Matters and co-author of The Gamble, and a nationally recognized expert on campaigns and their effect on elections and beyond 
This panel is part of "Presidential Politics: Race, Gender, and Inequality in the 2016 election," a free course on Monday evenings open to the public. Throughout the course, weekly panelists discuss the complexities of identity and its role in uniting--and dividing--the electorate. The course features panels covering the media, political participation and group affiliation, and is taught by Stanford professors Tomás Jiménez (sociology), Paula Moya (English) and Gary Segura (political science).
To keep up with the course on Twitter, follow @StanfordCCSRE and use the hashtag #RaceInTheRace2016. We look forward to seeing you there! 



Monday, November 14, 2016. 07:00 PM


NVIDIA Auditorium (Huang Engineering Center), 475 Via Ortega


Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity


(650) 724-2088


Doors and sign-in open at 6 p.m.; panel begins at 7 p.m.