September

Making headlines

Sept. 30

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington and John Krauss of IU's Robert H. McKinney School of Law are quoted by The Indianapolis Star in "Our race for governor has been Trumped."

Sept. 28

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton's column "A sobering look beyond the election" appears in the Wilson County News.

Sept. 27

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by The Indianapolis Star in "Tame first debate draws few distinctions in Indiana's race for governor."

Sept. 27

Brenda Weber of IU Bloomington's Department of Gender Studies is quoted by the Washington Post in "What we mean when we say Hillary Clinton 'overprepared' for the debate."

Sept. 27

Brian DeLong of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quote by The Bloomington Herald-Times in "IU debate coach critiques candidates' performance."

Sept. 27

Elizabeth Bennion of the IU South Bend Department of Political Science is interviewed by ABC 57 in "Your voice, your vote: Breaking down the first presidential debate."

Sept. 26

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by The Indianapolis Star in"Governor candidates differ most on gay rights, abortion."

Sept. 20

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Associated Press in"Republicans see turnaround in Indiana Senate race" and by The Indianapolis Star in "New ads, attacks signify importance of Senate race."

Sept. 14

Christopher Lubienski of the IU School of Education is quoted by ProPublica in"Another unrealistic Trump policy proposal: Homeschool vouchers."

Sept. 14

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton's column "Why this Democrat wants a strong Republican Party" appears in the Walla-Walla Union-Bulletin.

Sept. 12

Bernard Fraga of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by the Indiana Daily Student in "Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson polls at 11 percent."

Sept. 11

Les Lenkowsky of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Miami Herald in"Trump's charity runs on other people's money -- and little of his own."

Sept. 8

Elizabeth Bennion of the IU South Bend Department of Political Science is quoted by WSBT in "Don't like Trump and Clinton? Third parties want to remind voters they have options."

Sept. 8

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington and IU Bloomington Department of History Professor Emeritus James Madison are quoted by The Reporter in"Holcomb juggles triple duty."

Sept. 1

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by Bloomberg in "Even with Trump, Democrats face very long odds for winning House."

Sept. 1

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton's column "Social media is a challenge to democracy" appears in Tulsa World.