This week celebrated National Voter Registration Day, a cross-country effort to encourage those who have not registered to vote in the upcoming elections to take a mere three minutes to register.
With Washington divided and both houses competing for power, November’s mid-terms will be a showdown between parties, ideas and polices.
Gender may also play a part in how the results come out. Rosalyn Cooperman, a member of Gender Watch 2018, a non-partisan project to track, analyze and illuminate gender dynamics in Election 2018, writes that the difference between men and women voters on guns matter in the midterms.
A recent poll of registered voters by Morning Consult and Politico shows there are important differences in attitudes about gun control measures among and between
Democratic, Republican, and Independent men and women voters.
This may be one of the most contentious and hard-fought elections in history. That’s where our experts can help. Dr. Rosalyn Cooperman's expertise focuses on women in politics. She is available to speak with media regarding this issue in America. Simply click on Rosalyn’s icon to arrange an interview.
Rosalyn Cooperman Associate Professor of Political Science
Dr. Cooperman's expertise focuses on women in politics.