Do you have your experts lined up for November 03? Let TCU help with your Texas and cross-country election day coverage

Do you have your experts lined up for November 03? Let TCU help with your Texas and cross-country election day coverage Do you have your experts lined up for November 03? Let TCU help with your Texas and cross-country election day coverage

November 2, 20201 min read
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It’s finally here. The campaigns are on their final push and as of Tuesday night – the results will start rolling in.


This has been one of the most unique elections in modern history. A divisive and bitter campaign fought during a global health crisis. Texas, which has 38 electoral college votes, second only to California in number – may be in play. Though Texas has not swung blue since 1976, Tuesday night a lot of eyes will be watching Texas to see what role it takes in deciding the outcome of the election.



If you are a reporter covering the election in Texas, the key issues in the state and what motivates it to vote for either candidate – then let our experts help.



Jim Riddlesperger is professor of Political Science at TCU and focuses on American politics, with emphasis in the presidency, Congress, and Texas politics.


Professor Adam Schiffer writes and speaks on media bias, presidential nomination contests, political news, elections, and public opinion.



Both are available to speak with media – simply click on either expert’s icon to book an interview today.






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  • Adam Schiffer
    Adam Schiffer Associate Professor, Political Science

    Professor Schiffer writes and speaks on media bias, presidential nomination contests, political news, elections, and public opinion.

  • Jim Riddlesperger
    Jim Riddlesperger Professor, Political Science

    Professor Riddlesperger focuses on American politics, with emphasis in the presidency, Congress, and Texas politics

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