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Scholars Day 2008, Wednesday, April 9

The Effect of Primary Timing on Voter Turnout

The 2008 Primary season is expected to show itself as an unusual event in American Politics. As a race with no incumbent President or Vice President from either party and as a race in which multiple states are leap-frogging ahead in the primary season turnout is running high and expected to continue doing so. This paper is intended to analyze how much effect the shifting schedules have on voter turnout.

Presenter: Jason Post (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Political Science
Location: 218 Hartwell
Time: 1:15 pm (Session III)