Dr. Swint sits down with Gabriel Sterling, Chief Operating Officer of the GA Secretary of State's Office. The two discuss the voting controversies of the last two years in Georgia, involving President Trump, gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, and Governor Brian Kemp. No sacred cows!
Dr. Kerwin Swint and Dr. John Givens of KSU's School of Government and International Affairs discuss the US relationship with China, the challenge facing the Biden Administration, as well as the economic issues that will determine that future.
Dr. Swint talks with fellow KSU political scientists Dr. April Johnson, Dr. Ben Taylor and Dr. Andrew Pieper about the presidential election. The polls, the debates, the TV ads, the media coverage, the electoral strategy, and the controversies surrounding the 2020 campaign. What will happen on Nov. 3 and immediately after?
Patrick Basham of the Democracy Institute discusses their polling methods, profiled in the Sunday Express in London, which has the US presidential race much closer than most polls in the media. Their polls correctly called the UK Brexit vote and the 2016 US presidential election.
Dr. Swint and the house Democratic leader have a spirited discussion about purple states, the changing suburbs, the passing of Justice Ginsburg, voting rights, and mail-in voting. Don't miss this one!
KSU's Dr. Swint interviews Georgia's 11th District Congressman on the world of politics in 2020, including Mail-In Balloting, Covid-19 realities, the Atlantic Monthly article on President Trump, and more on the November elections.