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CSU Political Experts: What to Expect at the Second Presidential Debate

Matthew Jarvis

Matthew Jarvis, associate professor of political science

On Sunday, Oct. 9, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off again in the second of three presidential debates. This one will take the form of a town meeting at which citizens will pose at least half of the questions directly to the nominees.

Matthew Jarvis, CSUF associate professor of political science; Marcela García-Castañon, assistant professor of political science at San Francisco State; and Nadine Koch, professor of political science at Cal State Los Angeles, share their thoughts on what to expect and what the candidates need to do to win voters over. Continue reading at The California State University News

Additional insights about the candidates will be offered by  Sarah A. Hill, CSUF associate professor of political science, scheduled to be an on-air guest for KTLA 5 News at 5:30 p.m. Sunday for a pre-debate discussion.

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