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President-Elect Joe Biden

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What Will the World Look Like in a Biden-Harris Administration?

College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Weigh In
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SIS student Zachary Houdek and SPA student Meredith Reilly in the car they drove to Texas.

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Election 2020: SIS Student Travels 1,300 Miles to Cast His Ballot

Zachary Houdek discusses what motivated him to travel from DC to Texas to vote in person.
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Mary Gray

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What Do Statistics Tell Us about the Election?

Mary Gray answers your questions on Reddit’s “Vote America: Ask Me Anything”
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Joe Biden and Donald Trump

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Does Allan Lichtman Stand by His “13 Keys” Prediction of a Joe Biden Win?

AU historian discusses current events, election, and how the keys are turning
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people in voting line

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7 Things to Look for on Election Night

Sine Executive Director Amy K. Dacey shares her insights on election night 2020
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The White House.

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What Happens to National Security and Foreign Relations If the President Is Incapacitated?

The country is not completely rudderless, even if many senior officials are quarantining to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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A padlock with an American flag design secures a computer keyboard, symbolizing national security.

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How Vulnerable Is the US Presidential Election to Foreign Interference?

In this Q&A, Professor Eric Novotny shares his insights on foreign interference in US elections.
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