The 2020 edition of the University of Delaware's National Agenda program, calls attention to the power of us—the citizens of the United States—as well as the liberties granted to us by the Constitution. Even in this tumultuous time, our right to vote in elections remains one of the most important acts we can perform.
How will we vote on November 3? How will exit polls be conducted, or will they? How long until we will know the results of the election?
There are many questions during any presidential election year, let alone one in a pandemic and an uprising of social unrest. This fall, the tenth annual National Agenda speaker series tackles these and other issues facing the nation. As always, prominent political insiders, journalists, policy-makers, scholars, and media figures offer insight into the presidential election and beyond. The 2020 speakers will be announced soon!
Lindsay Hoffman, Ph.D., a communication and political science associate professor, directs the National Agenda speaker series and teaches the National Agenda class. To learn more about National Agenda, please visit our YouTube playlist, National Agenda podcast, and National Agenda 2019 page. National Agenda is made possible by generous support from the University of Delaware's Office of the Provost and College of Arts and Sciences.