Of Virginia Experts On Political Campaigning
25, 2000 -- Note
to reporters and editors: Here are some fresh voices for the final
days of the 2000 campaign season.
Ceaser, professor of government and foreign affairs,
is an expert on American political institutions and processes, especially,
the process of selecting a president. The author of "Reforming
the Reforms" and "Presidential Selection,"
he can be reached at (804) 924-7903, or at email@example.com.
Freedman, assistant professor of government and foreign
affairs, is an expert on public opinion, polling,
and campaign advertising. Current research includes a study
of the use of negative advertising in political campaigns and an
analysis of the Virginia race for the U.S. Senate. Freedman will
be an analyst for ABC News on election night. He can be reached
at (804) 924-1372, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milkis, professor of government and foreign policy, is an expert
on the presidency, political parties and politics
and history. His books include "The American Presidency:
Origins and Development, 1776-1998," "Presidential Greatness,"
and "Political Parties and Constitutional Government: Remaking
American Democracy." He can be reached at (804) 924-3037, or
Wood, director, Thomas C. Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
at the University of Virginia. The institute is a non-partisan center
that trains aspiring political leaders in public policy, ethics
and campaigning. Wood, a longtime political reporter who also
served as editorial page editor of The (Norfolk) Virginian-Pilot,
can be reached at (804) 982-5698, or at email@example.com.
Charlotte Crystal, (804) 924-6858