Cal State Fullerton: Campaingn 2016

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CSUF News Service

CSUF Political and Communications Experts Examine Campaign 2016

November 1, 2016

Decades behind many of its allies, the United States will consider its first female major party presidential nominee at the polls Nov. 8.

The parties supporting nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remain divided on so-called “women’s issues” of parental leave, health care, child care and education.

Cal State Fullerton experts in campaigns, politics, gender and communication are connecting our campus and the community to Campaign 2016 through voter outreach, research and panel talks on gender, policy and propositions. They have been called to share their research and expertise at public forums and in the media and will continue to do so in the days ahead.

These stories shine light on the University’s research, its renowned faculty, and how students are experiencing Campaign 2016 in and outside of the classroom.

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